On the Market: New York’s Modular Moment; Corruption Commission Investigating Developers Who Received Extraordinary Tax Breaks; Crown Heights Irate About Yet Another Liquor License Application

Beyonce biked to her concert at Barclays, instagrammed about it. [Streetsblog]
New York is having a modular construction moment. [Capital NY]
The nameless parks of New York. [Bk Paper]
Extell and CIM maintain mystery, profits at One57 and 432 Park by selling units themselves. [TRD]
Park Slope garage to be replaced by two-family “greenstone.” [Curbed]
Good government group exposes REBNY’s political donation records. [Crain’s]
NYS corruption commission subpeonas NY developers given extraordinary tax breaks. [WSJ]
East Side continues ongoing plea for more open space. [WSJ]
Crown Heights thrift store applies for liquor license, enrages community. [DNAinfo]
Durst raises honeybees atop One Bryant Park. [NYT]
Capturing the dream of a suburban America in developing countries. [Atlantic Cities]
Landmarks commission approves watered-down “Frankenbuilding.” [Curbed]
Time to shop! Hudson Yard’s retail component comes on the market. [TRD]
Queensbridge housing resident holds photo contest to combat dog poop. [DNAinfo]
The Bancroft Building will probably be demolished; a generic skyscraper has been planned. [Curbed]
700-acre site in Staten Island sells for $80 M., commercial development planned. [Crain’s]