On the Market: J. Crew Maven Buys in Soho; Baby Boomers Flock to Hipster Havens; Queens Real Estate Draws Chinese Investors

Preservationists dislike the plan to sell Hudson River Park’s air rights. [NYT]
Documenting the end of an era at the Chelsea Hotel. [Crain’s]
J. Crew’s Jenna Lyons snaps up $6 million Soho loft. [Curbed]
Your mom and dad are moving to Williamsburg! [WSJ]
Rich people own second homes in their own buildings. [NYT]
Like Elizabeth Stribling, who just bought a studio/guest room at One BBP. [TRD]
Cops bust up flash mob dance party on Manhattan Bridge. [Daily News]
Now moving huge pieces of furniture on the subway is a thing. [Gothamist]
Huge H&M sign will soon join Manhattan’s skyline signage. [WSJ]
Five New Yorkers to try out the micro apartment life for a day. [DNAinfo]
Architects vie to create a regional storm system in the Northeast. [Crain’s]
Chinese real estate investors look to Queens. [NYT]
Judge upholds man’s right to photograph his neighbors through their windows. [Post]
Putrid water everywhere: Gowanus residents protest Lightstone’s luxury complex. [BkPaper]
LIC arts group starts fundraising campaign in advance of 5Pointz razing. [DNAinfo]
NYCHA-land: Throggs Neck Houses have a raw sewage problem. [Daily News]
But at least now residents can track repairs (or lack thereof) in a NYCHA watch list. [Curbed]

On the Market: J. Crew Maven Buys in Soho; Baby Boomers Flock to Hipster Havens; Queens Real Estate Draws Chinese Investors