On the Market: Oyster Farms As Hurricane Barriers; Bed-Stuy is the New Williamsburg; City Hall Bones Re-Interred

Could oysters save New York from the next hurricane? [Crain’s]
Next section of the High Line will feature a greenery-covered bowl, bathrooms. [DNAinfo]
Ambulance services resume at LICH, supporters cheer contempt proceedings. [BkEagle]
Living along Central Park North, unchartered territory, apparently.  [NYT]
And the area around Columbia needs more gentrification? [NYT]
Oh, Yoko! Ms. Ono relists the condo she bought for her son, asks $6.5 M. [Curbed]
What real estate bigwigs want the next mayor to know. [Post]
Officials hope that a movie palace’s restoration will extend Jersey City’s economic boom. [WSJ]
Oh, look! Something else is the next Williamsburg. This time it’s Bed-Stuy. [Crain’s]
Which is a hed that Gothamist really takes issue with. [Gothamist]
Some people love the Washington Monument’s scaffolding so much that they can’t bear to see it go. [AC]
Bones unearthed during City Hall excavation have been re-interred on site. [DNAinfo]