On the Market: NYPL Will Present Revised Renovation Plans; New York’s Vanishing Laundromats; Chetrit Out at Chelsea Hotel

NYPL to present revised renovation plans that could open up stacks to public. [WSJ]
How depressing: Will room service now being replaced with Fresh Direct? [Crain’s]
Also depressing: Starbucks sharpens focus on granola bars, dried fruit. [Crain’s]
City to demolish Sandy-damaged homes in Staten Island. [DNAinfo]
How living alone went from being an exception to a norm. [Atlantic Cities]
And when we’re not living alone, more and more of us are living with mom and dad. [WSJ]
Greenlight Books teams with Smorgasburg for cookbook demo events. [Brokelyn]
After 20 years, designers take second stab at wacky Greenwich Village pad. [NYT]
Dirty laundry! Now New York is losing its laundromats. [Vanishing NY]
How common are “poor doors?” [TRD]
Gracie Mansion gets a touch-up in anticipation of her next resident. [NYT]
Several city council candidates owe large amounts of back rent. [Post]
Ferry traveling to Liberty Island hits a pier, injuring passengers. [WSJ]
Jehovah’s Witnesses remove Watchtower signs from Dumbo buildings. [DumboNYC]
Greenpoint residents vow to stop spike in crime themselves if police can’t. [Bk Paper]
Chetrit out at Chelsea Hotel, minority stakeholder King & Grove takes over. [DNAinfo]