On the Market: Alec Baldwin Buys Again In Devonshire House; Industry City Deal Closes; Neil Patrick Harris Is Moving to Harlem

Unsurprisingly, lawsuits are to be expected when rentals turn into condos. [NYT]
Non-profit aims to create new food co-op in central Brooklyn. [DNAinfo]
Alec Baldwin snaps up yet another Devonshire House unit… for the nanny? [TRD]
Cuomo approves USTA’s $500 million expansion in Flushing Meadows park. [Daily News]
Investment group led by Jamestown properties closes deal on Industry City. [Crain’s]
Delightful GIFs on how to navigate life in New York. [Atlantic Cities]
Superstitious minds: the vast majority of developers eschew the 13th floor. [WSJ]
Buyer of Schiansi mansion is revealed to be Goldman’s Mark Schwartz. [TRD]
And Neil Patrick Harris is the buyer of the record-setting $4 million Harlem manse! [Curbed]
New York neighborhoods where you can have the suburban life in the city. [Post]
A selection of New York’s most crazy, controversial penthouse additions. [TRD]
Toy helicopter slices open man’s head, killing him in Gravesend park. [Bk Paper]
A consideration of what luxury development on public housing land means. [Next City]
Design proposals revealed for a revamped Van Alen Institute. [Architect’s Newspaper]
The Marquand: where once a mansion stood, first rentals, now luxury condos. [NYT]
Brownsville seniors use walking group to call attention to neighborhood violence. [DNAinfo]