On the Market: A Manhattan Gas Station Is Hard to Find; One Vandam Penthouse Wants $28 M.; What’s Wrong With Being Naked In Your Own Home?

Manhattan drivers search far and wide for a fill-up as gas stations vanish. [WSJ]
City demands that owners repair three decrepit Bed-Stuy townhouses. [DNAinfo]
New York couple finds happiness with a move to the suburbs. [NYT]
One Vandam’s triplex penthouse just hit the market for $28 M. [Curbed]
Wolkoffs paint over retaliatory 5Pointz graffiti. [DNAinfo]
In defense of being naked in your own home. [NYM]
Beth Israel sued for $100 M. over handling of Huguette Clark case. [NYDN]
Willets Point land to be transferred to Related and Sterling for $1. [Times-Ledger]
Will Central Park be ruined by the shadow of billionaire’s towers? [CNY]
Touring Charlotte Ronson’s airy Noho pad. [WSJ]
City approves Hunter and Sloan Kettering cancer center, despite UES protests. [Crain’s]
Bronx ice center wins the approval of the borough president. [NYDN]
Japan’s top ski destination used to be about skiing, now it’ll be about rich people. [WSJ]
Brooklyn is for roommates: where it does and doesn’t make sense to rent alone. [Curbed]
Who needs zoning? In the past, Park Avenue bigs just bought up all the land around them. [NYT]