On the Market: Lighthouses Don’t Make Good Houses; Man Tries to Swap Cronut for Better Spot In Ramen Burger Line; New York’s Skinniest House Sells for $3 M.

Rich people pick up lighthouses as status-symbol pied-a-terres. [WSJ]
You can “meet the landlord” Ben Shaoul, even if most tenants don’t want to. [TRD]
Citing congestion on Cross-Bronx, Catsimatidis proposes new bridge to Conn. [Daily News]
The High Line has basically become a turbo-charged development hub. [Post]
Renderings revealed for USTA’s $550 million renovation, expansion. [DNAinfo]
Surprise, surprise! Midtown is getting yet another hotel. [TRD]
And another! Developer RUI Hotels and Resorts plans 600 rooms on W. 46th. [Crain’s]
Also shocking: Orchard Street transformed by new stores, development. [WSJ]
Cronut scalper tries to bribe way to front of ramen burger line. [Gothamist]
Could priced out New Yorkers actually be embracing Jersey City? [NYT]
The city’s skinniest house just sold for a big fat $3 million. [Post]
Real estate firms celebrate boomlet with hiring boost. [WSJ]
Hunts Point food market will need to re-file its lawsuit against the city. [Crain’s]
Park Avenue Christian is going condo, but conversion may spare the church. [TRD]
Curbed drools over the floorplan of 10 Madison Square West’s real penthouse. [Curbed]
Airbnb has more than 50 people who investigate shady guests, hoteliers. [Business Insider]