On the Market: Carnegie Mellon to Open Tech Campus in Brooklyn Navy Yard; Carly Simon Finally Finds a Buyer for Her Bizarre Duplex; Taggers Hit 5Pointz

Tricked-out Long Island mansion that owner found boring lists for $14.8 M. [TRD]
Work poised to begin on 206-unit affordable housing development in the Bronx. [Crain's]
How would you feel about having your house warmed by subway air? [AC]
Related’s deal with Corcoran Sunshine signals shift away from in-house sales. [TRD]
Bryant Park has a habit of hiding event plans from the public; CB5 doesn’t like it. [DNAinfo]
No. 2: Greenpoint pencil factory hits the market, fails to specify asking price. [Brownstoner]
Carnegie Mellon to open tech campus in the Brooklyn Navy Yard. [Crain's]
Yes, living in New York probably means seeing your neighbors naked sometimes. [NYT]
Pinball enthusiasts try to bring the pasttime back to the city that once banned it. [WSJ]
You know what’s good for the cold? Fire: New York’s best fireplace bars. [Gothamist]
How to price the household contents of a deceased parent’s home? [NYT]
Carly Simon’s West Village duplex finally sells, despite having a bathtub in the kitchen. [Post]
Taggers hit freshly white washed 5Pointz, get arrested. [DNAinfo]
Real Housewife claims she never lied about being a realtor or making $15 K. a month. [TMZ]
Rainbow Estates snags Baruch Singer’s 84-building Upper Manhattan portfolio. [TRD]
No more lock and key: Can smartphone apps replace ancient technology? [Crain's]
Zzzz! Tokyo’s women’s-only nap cafe sounds like a great idea. [AC]
Hudson River Park president Madelyn Wils sues to oust rent-stabilized tenant. [DNAinfo]