On the Market: Developers Turn Away from One-Bedrooms; School of Popular Philosophy Lists Manse for $51 M.; Cantilevers Grow Increasingly Popular in Space-Starved City

At London anti-cafe, coffee is free, but time is money. [AC]
Developers shun one-bedrooms in pursuit of bigger profits. [NYT]
Public hearing on Bronx soccer stadium to be held Wednesday. [Bx Times]
Bed-Stuy’s streets are reported to be the dirtiest in the city. [DNAinfo]
Ugly Betty actor’s apartment is actually very pretty, it turns out. [NYT]
School of Popular Philosophy lists E. 79th Street townhouse for $51 M. [WSJ]
Crown Heights apartment lobby gets weird LED makeover with freedom eagle. [Gothamist]
De Blasio admin backs Bloombergian Union Square cafe and Taxi of Tomorrow. [Post]
Gowanus shuffleboard club Royal Palms is poised to open next week. [Brownstoner]
Divorcing Khloe Kardashian lists her California mansion for $5.5 million. [TRD]
New York developers embrace cantilevers, but it’s rarely about aesthetics. [NYT]
Eichner, Gluck and Macklowe all managed comebacks after embarrassing tumbles. [Crain's]
De Blasio’s position on landmarking remains opaque, but landlords are hopeful. [WSJ]
Times Square plazas may be a monument to consumerism, but they make little money. [Post]