On the Market: Living In New York’s Skinnest Townhouse; Former Domino Sugar Owner Continues to Fight Two Trees Sale; New York’s Income Gap Continues to Grow

Man describes why he bought the narrowest townhouse in all New York. [WSJ]
Puck building’s penthouses hitting the market at $21 million to $60 million. [NYT]
Paris considers permitting taller buildings, tackling reputation as a living museum. [AC]
Will Hell’s Kitchen stables be shouldered out by Hudson Yards? [Curbed]
Former Domino Sugar site owner continues fight against $185 M. sale to Two Trees. [TRD]
Six-story Soho building evacuated after occupants complain of shaking. [WSJ]
LIC liquor store holds bring your dog to drink tasting event. [DNAinfo]
Barbara Corcoran on growing up poor, living with money. [Saturday Evening Post]
Study furthers case for Midtown East rezoning, showing city will absorb the office space. [Crain’s]
Junk-car drive-in movie theater coming to the Queens Museum this October. [Gothamist]
Rich vs. poor: poverty creeps up and income gap continues to widen in New York City. [NYT]
Heartening: controversial supportive housing in Harlem luxury condo is a success. [DNAinfo]
Susan Soros, ex-wife of George, is now only trying to get $39 million for her co-op. [WSJ]