On the Market: Major League Soccer Considers the Bronx; One57 Bans Pigs, Nude Performers; East Hampton Wants to Crack Down on House Shares

Major League Soccer explores a move to the Bronx, by Yankee Stadium. [WSJ]
Bloomberg’s new bill charges fridge makers for portion of disposal costs. [Crain’s]
Some developers snub penthouses for roof-top amenities. [NYT]
Rent hike may force Army Navy surplus store off Houston Street. [DNAinfo]
Surprise! An indie rock music venue is coming to Crown Heights. [Brooklyn Paper]
Financially-troubled Aqueduct race track is threatened with closure. [Crain’s]
Columbia, South Carolina unclear about whether it’s kicking the homeless out or not. [AC]
Master stager’s own LA manse took eight years to put together. [WSJ]
Steve Croman and “Baby Jane” Holzer duke it in court over sale of rental buildings. [TRD]
New York is over: Acupuncture for dogs is now available on the Lower East Side! [DNAinfo]
South Street Seaport Victoria Secret retooled as a bespoke wallpaper store, speakeasy. [Gothamist]
Old people move to Williamsburg, get bullied by young hipsters, get sad. [Brokelyn]
What do shoes dangling from a telephone wire really mean? [AC]
One57 bans pigs, late-night phonograph playing, massage therapy and nude performances. [Post]
What do the mayoral candidates think of Bloomberg’s parks legacy? [NYT]
Bad news Inwood: you’re getting two new Fro-yo stores. [DNAinfo]
East Hampton considers enforcing laws, limiting house-shares to four people. [WSJ]