On the Market: Even Stockholm Has Affordable Housing Problems; REBNY PAC Goes Negative; The Story of Minetta Brook

Brooklyn warehouse sells for $26 million, is poised to become office space. [Crain’s]
Plagued by red tape, Stockholm struggles to provide residents with adequate housing. [WSJ]
Waiting on a loft renovation, Phillip Lim takes $12,500-a-month West Village rental. [TRD]
One is the loneliest number: photographer documents row houses absent their rows. [AC]
Bronx Hotel is attracting tourists, but they’re afraid to go out in the “scary” borough. [DNAinfo]
Living in Spuyten Duyvil, the charming Bronx neighborhood that no one can pronounce. [NYT]
Patrons love Soho karaoke bar so much that they’d rather buy it than see it close. [WSJ]
REBNY-backed PAC spews out negative ads to protect pro-industry politicians. [TRD]
Cobble Hill group switches up farm share model, using art to lure spendy locavores. [Bk Paper]
Celebrating and mourning the accidental playground that once thrived in Brooklyn. [AC]
The story of one Brooklyn Heights carriage house. [Brownstoner]
Remembering Minetta Brook, the once and former stream now known for flooding basements. [MCNY]
Calvin Klein finishes fixing up his enormously complicated, minimalist Hamptons manse. [Curbed]
Parents protest high schools being forced to carve out space for vocational programs. [DNAinfo]
Rafael Vinoly has accidentally designed “fryscrapers” in both London and Las Vegas. [Business Insider]
Fancy-pants coffee purveyor Blue Bottle is opening another Brooklyn outpost in Boerum Hill. [Gothamist]
Brooklyn buyers seek out wooden homes as brownstones become more expensive. [WSJ]