On the Market: One57 Crane Has Finally Been Removed; Leonardo DiCaprio Is Moving into the Delos Building; 5Pointz Demolition Will Move Forward

Phew! Ominous One57 crane is finally dismantled, taken down. [NY1]
Midtown East rezoning losing steam as it comes before the city council. [Crain’s]
Leonardo DiCaprio buys titanic apartment in Greenwich Village’s Delos Building. [Post]
Developer transforms  a row of Madison Avenue brownstones into deluxe condos. [NYT]
If you want people to bike, show them how much time they’ll save. [AC]
Why doesn’t New York sell Gracie Mansion if mayors don’t want to live there? [Post]
Billy Macklowe snaps up William Street office building for $62.5 million. [Crain’s]
Will you ever stop dreaming about a bigger apartment? [Gothamist]
Joan Rivers prevails in her condo board fight against showy squatter. [NYDN]
Hipsters already ruined Brooklyn, now they’re destroying Paris. [NYT]
Rally outside Interfaith hopes to save failing hospital. [CNY]
Man shoots, seriously injures skater at Bryant Park ice rink in mugging attempt. [Post]
In happier skating news, LeFraks donate $10 M. to Prospect Park rink. [WSJ]
Some basics of design for renovators and aesthetically-minded renters. [BkBased]
More and more townhouses return to the single-family homes they were built as. [NYT]
The Brooklyn Historical Society’s Queen Anne manse got a $5.5 M. makeover. [DNAinfo]
5Pointz streak of luck ends, judge declines to file a demolition-halting injunction. [NYDN]
This week it will be decided if 1 WTC is the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere. [Curbed]
15 CPW has the city’s most expensive condos, which averaged $5,487 per square foot. [DNAinfo]
Looking to blow money? London or Paris also have absurdly expensive pied-a-terres. [WSJ]