On the Market: Landmarks Press for More Flexible Air Rights Market; Last Huguette Clark Apartment Finally Sells for $6.8 M.; Penn Station Proposals Abound, But Where’s the Money?

The rent is too damn high! How can New York preserve affordable housing? [NYT]
Man tries to pick up women at Meatpacking club, gets pickpocketed instead. [DNAinfo]
The public space component of Bloomberg’s Midtown East rezoning plan. [Capital NY]
Soho will finally get its very controversial BID. [Crain’s]
Paris could be yours for just under $1 trillion! [AC]
Under new proposal, landmarks could sell air rights to far-flung developments. [WSJ]
Neighbors are making peace with the fact that Two Trees is developing Domino Sugar. [NYT]
Developer drama! Chetrit sues Tabak over the Ring portfolio stake he sold to Barnett. [TRD]
Huguette Clark’s last apartment sells for $6.8 million. [Co-op sales]
Developers cater to demand for elusive, sought-after three-bedrooms. [DNAinfo]
State team gets illegally deregulated apartments back under rent regulation. [NYDN]
Brokers increasingly pulling out all the stops to grab the highest-end listings. [WSJ]
The Dakota’s townhouse cousins on West 73rd Street. [NYT]
Penn Station pipe dreams: lots of ideas for redesign, but no funding. [Crain’s]
Developers increasingly turn to Queens and its comparatively low land prices. [NYDN]

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