On the Market: Are de Blasio’s Affordable Housing Goals Attainable? Zosia Mamet Buys in Bushwick; Could Hart Island Become a Park?

Eastgate buys out partner in 875 Third Ave. for $100 M. [Crain’s]
Experts call de Blasio’s 200,000 unit affordable housing goal lofty. [NYT]
Rendering revealed for Brookfield’s not quite supertall tower at Manhattan West. [NYimby]
Girls star Zosia Mamet drops $1 M. on Bushwick multi-family. [DailyMail]
“I don’t believe that anyone moves to Brooklyn who can avoid it.” [Vice]
Roman Abramovich’s 828 Fifth Avenue buy may be stymied by hesitant seller. [Post]
Inexplicably, Bushwick’s elegant Bossert mansion about to expand yet again. [Curbed]
Are Google Buses good for sustainability, or simply enabling lengthy commutes? [AC]
Will the city agree to turn massive potter’s field Hart Island into a park? [BxTimes]
Stillman and Ceruzzi plan glassy condo tower for 86th and Lexington. [Crain’s]
UES apartment asks $45 M., resembles an airport lounge. [Curbed]
Haunted by Madoff losses, Yeshiva University forced to sell off Washington Heights real estate. [Bloomberg]