On the Market: Ryan Serhant Has Three Stalkers; Two Developers May Score a Headstart on Midtown East Plan; Hotel Chelsea Tenants Settle With King & Grove

Whole Foods’ approaching opening drives property boomlet in Gowanus. [Crain’s]
Homeowners in poor neighborhoods pay higher taxes than posh areas. [Daily News]
What stinks? Skunks inundate Washington Heights. [Gothamist]
Million Dollar Listing broker Ryan Serhant has three! stalkers. [Post]
Some big developers could get a jump on Midtown East plan. [WSJ]
Documenting the disappearing storefronts of Ludlow Street. [Curbed]
Beastie Boy Adam Horowitz snags $3 million Chelsea loft. [RealEstalker]
Also sold for $3 million? A Long Island City townhouse. [Daily News]
Airbnb renter wins appeal, potentially clearing future legal hurdles. [DNAinfo]
Hotel Chelsea tenants reach agreement with King & Grove. [Curbed]
Is $50 million the new normal for trophy pads? Pam Liebman thinks so. [Post]
Building a family compound out of a New York City co-op or condo. [NYT]
Dutch Kills bar aims to be central gathering place in center-less LIC. [DNAinfo]
The trouble of sharing bikes with people who aren’t very good at sharing. [AC]
The end of horse-drawn carriages? Anti-carriage group declares victory. [CapitalNY]
Taking a sneak peek at Freshkills Park. [Gothamist]