On the Market: Storm-Savvy Building Code Changes Approved; Hudson River Park Can Sell Air Rights Now; Chelsea Condo Sues Cross Fit Gym Over Barbell-Dropping Ruckus

El Ad and Silverstein to pair on mixed use Riverside South development. [TRD]
Hurricane preparedness: City council passes new, post-Sandy building codes. [NYT]
A new crop of West Village candy shops is catering to rich sugar fiends. [Crain’s]
Hudson River Park now permitted to sell 1.6 million feet of air rights. [WSJ]
Chelsea condo board sues cross fit gym over barbell dropping noise, vibrations. [DNAinfo]
Residents are a little freaked out about the Queensway actually becoming a reality. [NYDN]
Foreign real estate developments increasingly marketed to New Yorkers. [NYT]
When it comes to luxury, some home offices compete with C-suites. [WSJ]
Calling on Chinese developer to speed up affordable housing delivery at Atlantic Yards. [NYDN]
Doug Steiner, the man who  just got $22.6 in public funds to build new studio space. [CNY]
Hudson Yards parcel on W. 35th Street hits the market for $75 M. [Crain’s]
Midtown East got killed, but a generous gift for a one-time union ally survives. [CNY]
Kingsbridge Armory ice rink approval gets tangled up in possible council scandal. [Crain’s]
Randall’s Island tennis center offers concessions in exchange for space to build new courts. [DNAinfo]