On the Market: Poor New Yorkers Don’t Ride Citi Bikes; Howard Slatkin’s Crazy Awesome UES Apartment; Council to Decide If WTC Is Tallest In the Land

City council to begin process of considering Midtown East rezoning. [NYT]
Citi Bike sign ups rare among poor New Yorkers. [DNAinfo]
Executive sues Cushman & Wakefield for gender discrimination. [WSJ]
Central Park West studio brags about only asking $748,000. [NYDN]
Airbnb touts its economic contributions in bid to defend itself. [WSJ]
Designer Howard Slatkin releases 240-page book on his a crazy, UES apartment. [Curbed]
Staten Island Ferris wheel and mall runs into opposition over union labor. [Crain’s]
Has someone died in your house before you? Now you can find out! [Gothamist]
Minority boys have an easier time fitting into suburban schools than girls. [AC]
Critic thinks Toll Brothers’ Park Avenue development is rad (in a boring kind of way). [TRD]
The Belnord, an Upper West Side building with a fraught history. [NYT]
Panel poised to decide if WTC’s spire makes it is America’s tallest building. [WSJ]
Poll finds that Queens residents are totally in favor of the Queensway. [NYDN]