On the Market: Picking Love Locks on the Brooklyn Bridge; Vornado Loses Big on J.C. Penney Bet; Carroll Gardens Remains Resistant to Homeless Shelter

Clinton Hill community board not down with Biggie Smalls street corner. [DNAinfo]
Checking all the boxes: Gowanus Whole Foods will also have a rooftop bar. [Bk Paper]
If you want to buy an investment property in New York… [DNAinfo]
“Love pickers” clips love locks off the Brooklyn Bridge. [New Yorker]
Ditmas Park 11-Seven convenience store dreads arrival of 7-Eleven. [NYDN]
Couple converts library to house, pleases the spirit(s). [NYT]
The has been gets a movie star: Uma Thurman buys $10 M. Riverhouse spread. [Post]
Billionaire activist tries to score $48 million from sale of CPW penthouse. [Curbed]
Empire State building worth $300 million less in REIT. [TRD]
Club Monaco adds bookstore, coffee shop to re-designed Ladies’ Mile store. [NYT]
Vornado’s retail-oriented investment strategy shows signs of weakness. [WSJ]
Visiting P.J. Clarke’s saloon and its immense porcelain urinals. [Dayontian]
Construction begins on new South Street Seaport. [Crain’s]
The vanishing “privilege” signs of New York City. [NYT]
Mapping San Francisco’s “Ellis evictions,” used to convert affordable housing to condos. [AC]
Yes, Carroll Gardens residents still hate homeless shelter plan. [Bk Paper]
The next mayor should focus not only design, but building a more equitable New York. [NYT]

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