On the Market: Tavern on the Green Opening Delayed Again; Lafayette Street Keeps Getting Richer and Fancier; How to Break Your Lease

The Annabelle Selldorf-designed recycling center in Brooklyn is open! [NY1]
Giant new Food Bazaar supermarket opens in Long Island City. [DNAinfo]
What do Park Slopers really think of their neighborhood? [Curbed]
Well, they’re ticked off that a women’s homeless shelter has added beds. [NYDN]
Looking at the history of Upper Riverside Drive. [NYT]
In controversial deal, ESD sells Times Square Marriott Marquis for a mere $20 M. [TRD]
Extell files demolition permit for LES Pathmark, residential tower to rise. [Lo-Down]
Tavern on the Green opening delayed yet again, this time until January. [Crain’s]
Soho’s Lafayette Street keeps reaching ever-higher levels of luxury. [WSJ]
Abandoned old ruins in New York that you can legally visit. [DNAinfo]
Gary Malin’s advice on the best way to break your lease. [NYDN]
Japanese group pays $210 million for Midtownn West property at 440 Ninth Ave. [Crain’s]
Proposals to redevelop Brooklyn Heights library are in, but library won’t reveal developers. [WSJ]

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