On the Market: Williams College Club to Become Extended Stay Hotel; London Hotelier Snaps Up Williamsburg Site for $17 M.; Andy Warhol’s UES Townhouse Trades for $5.5 M.

Chicago’s hotel boom is being fueled by tourists, not conventions. [NYT]
Rockaways $200 million boardwalk repairs lack timetable, seawall. [DNAinfo]
Former Williams College club at W. 39th to become extended stay hotel. [Crain’s]
Cruise ship professional finally docks in UES one-bedroom. [NYT]
Unions pan developers city selected for SPURA. [TRD]
Landmarks commission blown away by designs for 529 Broadway. [Curbed]
Brooklyn Bridge Park carousel gets flood protection. [Brownstoner]
Mega-projects aren’t as late and over-budget as everyone thinks they are. [AC]
There’s not one already? Ricky’s Halloween opening in Williamsburg. [Brownstoner]
No more fondue! Hell’s Kitchen landlord refuses to renew least Kashkaval’s lease. [Gothamist]
Another hipster hotel? London hotelier snags $17 million Williamsburg site. [TRD]
Ever in pursuit of novelty, restauranteur debuts Korean Mexican falafels. [DNAinfo]
Williamsburg Bank Building restored, transformed into events venue. [WSJ]
Andy Warhol’s old UES townhouse sells for $5.5 million. [Daily News]
Sunnyside Gardens scream NAMBY—no Aluminaire House in my backyard! [NYT]
Designers vie to out-quirky each other for Governor’s Island pavilion. [DNAinfo]
American Development Group doubles money on $24 Chelsea site in less than a year. [Crain’s]