On the Market: Crown Heights Rezoning Approved By City Council; Banks Continue to Discriminate Against Minorities After Housing Crisis Fallout; More Rich People In Brooklyn!

Apartment-hunting start-up Urban Compass raises another $20 million. [Crain’s]
Speaking of $20 million, how should Greenpoint spend its environmental windfall? [Brokelyn]
Subway space hogs: yes, it’s always, always men. [Gothamist]
Brooklyn Bridge Park will soon be home to a roller rink. [DNAinfo]
River House wants to sell its 62,000 square-foot private club as a $130 M. townhouse. [WSJ]
A daughter and her elderly mother search hunt for a house in the Bronx. [NYT]
Crown Heights rezoning passed by city council, minus mandatory inclusionary zoning. [DNAinfo]
Street artists lose federal appeal over park vending rules. [Daily News]
How banks are still discriminating against minorities in the foreclosure crisis. [AC]
Basically, it’s class warfare between North and South Williamsburg. [NYT]
And there are more rich people in Brooklyn than there ever were before. [CapitalNY]
But at least Brooklynites can all agree on how much they love kale. [L Magazine]
Gowanus shuffleboard club The Royal Palms may open as soon as the fall. [Gothamist]
A retrospective look at the construction of the UN. [Curbed]
Small factors, big difference: commercial rents on the same city block vary considerably. [NYT]
A Bed-Stuy brownstone gets renovated with the help of friends and film shoots. [WSJ]
Transit advocates want Bloomberg to drive a harder bargain on Midtown East. [CapitalNY]