On the Market: Another Condo Will Rise Alongside St. John the Divine; Critic Slams One57’s ‘Cheap-Looking’ Glass; Walker Tower Penthouse Poised to Set Downtown Record

Plans revealed for 14-story condo tower on St. John the Divine property. [DNAinfo]
Income gap manifests in Sandy recovery. [Crain’s]
Another spooky story from 139 Ludlow Street. [BoweryBoogie]
Christian Siriano’s beautiful, expansive Chelsea pad. But it’s a walk up. [NYT]
Architecture critic slams One57 as “shiny, gift-wrapped ordinariness.” [Bloomberg]
Walker Tower penthouse in contract for more than $50 M., a downtown record. [NYT]
Are affordable housing subsidies misdirected to luxury developers? [WSJ]
One sociologist walked every block in New York City, a total of 6,000 miles. [AC]
Former deputy chief of Parks Department sues to get job back. [Post]
Yet another bland Gene Kaufman hotel is rising, this one on Eighth Ave. [YIMBY]
London’s Soho is also in danger of losing its mojo to luxury condos. [WSJ]
Real estate industry links Garodnick’s political future to Midtown East. [Capital]
But 46 percent of New Yorkers don’t even know what Midtown East is. [NYDN]
Parents sue after children break legs at Park Slope playground. [DNAinfo]
St. Luke’s considers sale of some Morningside Heights parcels. [Crain’s]
Greenwich Lane sales begin and with them, a new chapter in the Village’s life. [WSJ]