On the Market: MTA Offers Tardy Notes for Delayed Straphangers; NYCHA Moves to Evict 100-Year-Old Woman; Poor Struggle As Rents Soar Across the Country

Chelsea cross-fit gym to spend $250K on sound-proofing after neighbors sue. [DNAinfo]
In more overly trendy sport news, Tribeca is getting a Flywheel. [DNAinfo]
Who knew? Those who suffer train delays can request a tardy note from the MTA. [NYT]
Air BnB tries to sweet talk de Blasio directly. [Curbed]
NYCHA tries to evict 100-year-old woman, claims her son lives in unit instead. [NYDN]
Forest City Ratner allegedly exploited census data to attract foreign investors. [Law360]
SL Green is confident that Midtown East rezoning will happen. [Crain's]
For homeless children, school is the provider of all things. [NYT]
Splish splash: researchers map every hidden pool in L.A. [AC]
Karl Fischer-designed 101 Bedfored will have heated sidewalks?! [Curbed]
Doormen take their year-end tips just as seriously as hedge funders. [NYT]
Upscale nail salon hopes to channel Soho’s industrial past with $65 pedicures. [DNAinfo]
Working poor struggle as rental prices soar in wake of the housing crisis. [NYT]
After years of limbo, the Windemere is now poised to re-open as a boutique hotel. [Crain's]
Gowanus locals want a canal-side esplanade, protection for artists’ studios, the impossible. [WSJ]