On the Market: 285 Kent Hits the Market for $8 K./Month; Balazs Walks Away From TWA; Brooklyn’s Berserk Eclectic House to be Demolished

There might be a good reason why your building prohibits washer/dryers. [NYT]
Jonathan Adler’s advice for those who live in tiny apartments? Dimmer switches. [BU]
UES tenement The Cherokee was designed to permit the flow of fresh air. [NYT]
Savanna inks deal to sell Penn Station-adjacent site for $35 million. [TRD]
Jackie Collins was so inspired by Hockney she modeled her pool on his painting. [WSJ]
Rental ad for just-vacated 285 Kent hits Craigslist. Yours for just $8 K. a month! [FW]
Port Authority and Balazs abandon talks to turn TWA terminal into hotel. [Crain’s]
In face of slumping sales, Pushcart Coffee closes doors of LES shop. [DNAinfo]
Durst files permits to build 120,000-square-foot building on West 58th Street. [NYimby]
When will New York be free of the Super Bowl blight that swallowed Bryant Park? [Gothamist]
Williamsburg exercise studio hopes to lure hipsters with jazzercise revival. [BkPaper]
Harlem’s Mount Morris Park is changing, mostly for the better. [WSJ]
WeWork expands in Midtown South, scoops up 115,000 square feet on W. 18th. [TRD]
Developer will demolish Brooklyn’s berserk eclectic house, build rental towers. [Brownstoner]
The Broken Angel house is also in danger, but Arthur Wood is still trying to save it! [Brownstoner]
Anthony Weiner’s post-scandal soul-searching leads to reversal of bike lane position. [AC]