On the Market: City Makes Seward Park Pick; New York’s Homeless Workforce Is Growing; Chetrit May Be Gone, But Evictions Continue at Hotel Chelsea

The poor spend most of their money on housing, food and transportation. [AC]
WTC’s Phillipe Visser leaves Port Authority for post at Hudson Yards. [Crain’s]
Housing prices, demand continue to soar in China. [Bloomberg]
City selects developers for site near Seward Park. [WSJ]
If these are cheap Brooklyn apartments we should all move to Kansas. [Brokelyn]
Also, maybe Americans should stop aspiring to home ownership. [AC]
Greenpoint tenants booted after scandal-plagued architect draw ups hotel plans. [Bk Paper]
LES community board meeting erupts into threats over liquor licenses. [Gothamist]
The growing ranks of the homeless workforce: do we really need more billionaires? [NYT]
Developer plans crowdfunded Manhattan hotel. [WSJ]
Joe Biden’s niece gets arrested over roommate spat in Tribeca. [Daily News]
MTA expected to greenlight $35 million, 210-room hotel near JFK. [Crain’s]
Tenant evictions at Hotel Chelsea look to continue apace after ownership shift. [DNAinfo]
Bidders vie for a piece of the Empire State, but could they just be trying to derail the IPO? [NYT]

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