On the Market: Lhota Endorses Affordable Housing Plan; Faded Bohemia and Drunk College Students in the Village; Developers Aim to Trigger Neighborhood Gentrification

Eliot Spitzer hates the Midtown East rezoning because why? [Crain’s]
Spitzer and Stringer are also sparring over supporting minority developers. [TRD]
Love (or not)! McCarren Park tennis bubble opening delayed by a year. [DNAinfo]
The ghosts of Bohemia are rumored to still roam parts of the Village. [NYT]
Pure barre, yet another wacky exercise studio, is coming to Brooklyn. [Brownstoner]
Republican mayoral candidates get behind the same affordable housing plan. [WSJ]
Vornado will shell out $278 million for a stake in 655 Fifth Avenue. [TRD]
Perk patrol: Mt. Sinai lures talent with no-interest mortgages. [Daily News]
Chinese officials plan to tear down “mountaintop villa” on condo roof. [Atlantic Cities]
Old Clinton Hill SRO will be converted to seven-unit apartment building. [Brownstoner]
And exhale… DOB eases permit requirements for small yoga studios. [TRD]
Brooklyn churches struggle to keep both faith and facade. [Bk Paper]
Design students envision mixed-use developments for Red Hook. [Curbed]
Just in case you wanted a map of New York’s Novogratz-designed properties. [Curbed]
Investors spiff up neighborhoods along with houses, hoping for a gentrification pay-off. [WSJ]
Williamsburg tenants still barred from building four years after emergency eviction. [DNAinfo]