On the Market: Dutch Architects Tapped to Study Seaport City’s Feasibility; Steven Madden Buys $15 M. Condo; Weather Underground House May Be Razed

Empire State REIT’s first day is fairly good. [Crain’s]
Micro-units aren’t all quaint, hipster dwellings—some of them are just too small. [AC]
Bloomberg hires Dutch architects to see if Seaport City is actually feasible. [NYDN]
Weather Underground/teddy bear house is likely to be torn down. [Vanishing NY]
Bank of America will be sponsoring the Bryant Park ice rink this winter. [Crain’s]
Steve Madden shoehorns himself into $15 million Trump Palace pad. [TRD]
Central Park has a septagon-shaped men’s room. [Gothamist]
Can Bloomberg’s girlfriend save Hudson River Park by throwing fundraisers? [WSJ]
Greenwood Cemetery opens its mausoleums to the living this weekend. [Brownstoner]
The Charles finally hits the market, but you’ll need at least $5.28 million to live in Yorkville (?!). [Curbed]
We thought everything went with cocktails, but egg sandwiches, really? [DNAinfo]
A fight brews over whether urban farmers should be allowed to run commercial enterprises. [AC]
JDS propses special trees, interactive fountain for East River residential park. [DNAinfo]
The Gray Lady finally decides to run a story on the Ortners’ townhouse hitting the market. [NYT]

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