On the Market: Free Kayaking Outfit Fears It Will Lose Boathouse; More Apartment Buildings Consider Going Smoke-Free; School Design Becomes Way Cooler

City’s only free kayaking group fears it will lose its boathouse to a for-profit. [DNAinfo]
Long Island City sculpture park receives $300,000 gift—it’s largest ever. [Crain’s]
East Harlem BID considers hiring the homeless to clean up trash. [DNAinfo]
Shhh! Whisper listings are now popular among low-end luxury sellers. [NYT]
Seven more apartment buildings are considering going smoke-free. [Post]
Landmarking helps, not hurts, property values. [GVSHP]
McCourt Partners bought its $167 million development site directly from seller. [WSJ]
Barclays-adjacent businesses say stadium is bringing in more customers. [Daily News]
City Point continues to rile unions, who are now angry with Thomas DiNapoli. [Crain’s]
Glenwood Management’s next generation shifts focus from rentals to condos. [NYT]
Mistress thinks she should be able to keep Chelsea pad bought by her ex-lover. [Post]
Too cool for school? New York City school architecture is getting hip. [WSJ]
Judge Judy snags $8.5 million Sutton Place co-op. [TRD]
Chelsea Clinton and husband paid $750,000 under ask for Whitman condo. [Post]
Brooklyn Flea poised to replace dingy Park Slope flea market at school on 7th. [Daily News]