On the Market: SUNY Withdraws Condo Conversion Plan for LICH; NYPL Renovation Clears Reviews; Prospect Park Ice Rink Celebrates Opening

Green infrastructure projects can benefit landlords (obviously). [Crain’s]
SUNY withdraws development plan for LICH amid community outrage. [NYT]
Ways that New York housing could better accommodate seniors. [DNAinfo]
Astor Row townhouse sells for $2.4 million. [HarlemBespoke]
River Cafe finally re-opens, more than a year after Hurricane Sandy. [NYT]
Greenwich estate of investment banker Michael Biondi goes for $25 M. [WSJ]
Tribeca’s bankrupt 56 Walker to trade for $18 million, become condos. [TRD]
Levels of air pollution often vary dramatically within a city. [AC]
Check out the Grand Center oyster bar outpost in Park Slope. [Gothamist
NYPL’s renovation plan clears city environmental and state review. [WSJ]
New York City landlords donate to shadowy “Common Sense” group. [CNY]
A meditation on Gowanus, Whole Foods and “keeping it local.” [NewYorker]
Development may finally revitalize the intersection of 125th Street and Park. [NYT]
Prospect Park’s Lakeside skating complex celebrates its opening. [DNAinfo]
Australian mall developer Westfield poised to take on Fulton transit hub lease. [WSJ]
Group plans to sue over as-of-right tower planned for Prospect Lefferts Gardens. [Brownstoner]