On the Market: Investors Are Behind the Majority of Low-end Bed-Stuy Home Sales; Landmarks OKs SHoP’s Wacky 57th Street Skyscraper; Pedestrians Trip Over Citi Bike Stations, Sue City

Walker Tower’s facade is finally revealed. [TRD]
So much for the view: LIC luxury rental plans rooftop TV lounge. [DNAinfo]
Manhattan apartment sales spiked during the third quarter. [Crain’s]
Hey, let’s all move to Irvington! [NYT]
“Hotel hunter” shutters two more illegal Harlem hotels. [NYDN]
Hudson Yards-area hotel gets boost with $40 million loan. [TRD]
Italian fashion house Zenga inks lease in Brookfield’s place revamped Winter Garden. [NYP]
Shake Shack will open in Grand Central on Saturday. [Crain’s]
Investors were behind 73 percent of Bed-Stuy’s low-end home sales last year. [TRD]
Enjoy Pastis while you still can! Meatpacking eatery will soon close for repairs. [Gothamist]
Jed Walentas on Domino, Duane Reade and financing your own developments. [NYM]
Landmarks is cool with SHoP/JDS’s wacky, super-skinny 57th Street tower. [Curbed]
Pedestrians sue after tripping over Citi Bike stations, suffer twisted ankles, scrapes. [DNAinfo]