On the Market: SL Green Looks to Residential Market; City Point Opponents to Get Their Day in Court; NYU Will No Longer Fund Professors’ Second Homes

SL Green expands into residential market with $386 M. purchase on the UWS. [Crain’s]
How to handle both an emptying nest and an empty one. [NYT]
The summer is nearly gone, but Breezy Point’s recovery still has a long way to go. [WSJ]
Foes of City Point will have their day in court. [Crain’s]
Mikhail Baryshnikov has sold his pied-a-terre at West 104th Street. [Post]
Documenting the decline of Poconos resort towns. [Atlantic Cities]
The Winter Garden’s too-tall palm trees must be mulched. [Tribeca Citizen]
Red Hook real estate developer hopes to appeal to buyers spending less than $1 M. [WSJ]
Following in J. Crew’s footsteps, Splendid is now planning a Cobble Hill outpost. [TRD]
Hanging out in a micro-apartment for 24 hours (imagine living there!). [Curbed]
NYU will stop giving professors loans for second homes. [NYT]
Buyer of Robert DeNiro’s townhouse thinks architectural plans are worth $3 million. [Curbed]
And the buyer happens to be former Disney boss Michael Ovitz. [Post]
When it comes to wait times for repairs, Harlem housing project is the winner (and loser). [Atlantic Cities]
Meanwhile, NYCHA has been sitting on $50 million in repair funds. [Daily News]
Does Ridgewood have what it takes to become the next Williamsburg? [TRD]
Corn grows in LIC, and unlike Gowanus corn, you can actually eat it. [Q’Gazette]
Friends Seminary in Gramercy will be revamping its courtyard for an undisclosed sum. [DNAinfo
Upper West Siders are super competitive when it comes to Momufuku’s cakewalk. [DNAinfo]
Landmarked firehouse on Jay Street will finally be restored, warming preservationists’ hearts. [Brownstoner]

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