On the Market: Where Have All Manhattan’s Gas Stations Gone? Historian Maps the Noise Complaints of 1930s New York; Tommy Hilfiger Wants $80 M. for His Plaza Penthouse

Lower East Side SoHo House branch finally scores a liquor license. [DNAinfo]
Brooklyn celebrates opening of Theater for a New Audience. [Crain’s]
Gas stations go missing in real estate-mad Manhattan. [NYT]
Actually, 80 percent of the subway trains do run on time. [VV]
A working class housing crisis is a threat to the viability of any city. [AC]
Washington Heights residents want “slumlord” to sell their building. [NYDN]
Stop that piano playing! Historian maps the sounds of 1930s New York. [Curbed]
Tommy Hilfiger lists his Plaza penthouse for $80 million. [Post]
Work finally gets started on two long-awaited Greenpoint parks. [DNAinfo]
Re-opening the 219-year-old Bridge Cafe is a slow-going process. [NYT]
Lhota attacks De Blasio over his support of Atlantic Yards, affordable housing. [AYR]
Garment District landlord quadruples his money with office building sale. [Crain’s]