On the Market: Tech Firms Lust After Old Buildings, Not Glassy Towers; Oceana Wants to Be the Next Power Breakfast Spot; Bushwick’s Burgeoning Occult Scene

Brooklyn Bridge Park celebrates the opening of Piers 3 and 4 Uplands. [Gothamist]
Alex Calderwood, founder of unconventional Ace Hotel, dies at 47. [NYT]
Beleaguered developers list historic Spring Street site for $38 M. [BuzzBuzz]
Hell’s Kitchen is hot as, well, hell right now for residential developers. [NYT]
Ricky Martin is selling his 40 Bond Street condo for $8.3 million. [WSJ]
Brand new LIC climbing gym shut down by DOB for “dangerous” conditions. [DNAinfo]
A look back at the history of recently landmarked Tammany Hall. [NYT]
Tech firms want old buildings, not glassy new office towers. [WSJ]
Seafood eatery Oceana wants to become the new power breakfast spot. [Crain’s]
Insane $130 million Riverhouse listing releases new renderings. [Curbed]
The witches of Bushwick: An occult scene grows around Wiccan shop. [NYT]
Millennials flock (or flock back) to the eminently-liveable Albuquerque. [AC]
News scion James Murdoch takes out $24 M. loan on East 69th Street townhouse. [TRD]
Staten Islanders fear gentrification brought by giant Ferris wheel, outlet stores. [DNAinfo]
Local pols want Atlantic Yards sale delayed until affordable housing is fast tracked. [BkPaper]

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