On the Market: Interfaith Gets Temporary Reprieve; Citi Bike Die-Hards Refuse to Stop Cycling; Striver’s Row Townhouse Goes Into Contract for $2.4 M.

State gives Interfaith a cash infusion, but forces hospital to find a new operator. [Crain’s]
Spanish criminal gangs break into abandoned houses, rent them out affordably. [AC]
New Yorkers wear even more ridiculous clothes when it’s cold outside. [DNAinfo]
Cold snap moves homeless to seek shelter, though reluctantly. [NYT]
You’d have to sell a lot of drugs to afford Jay-Z’s $870K former stash spot. [Curbed]
Citi Bike die-hards persist, even in the most bitter cold. [DNAinfo]
Plan to kill swans in Prospect Park ruffles feathers. [NYDN]
City halts Howard Hughes’ South Street Seaport plan. [TribecaTrib]
Priciest Striver’s Row townhouse goes into contract for $2.4 M. [HarlemBespoke]
Clinton Hill’s Myrtle Avenue is undergoing a quiet renaissance. [NYDN]
State wants to sell former Chelsea prison for office or educational use, not condos. [WSJ]
Man his believes BLT- and churro-flavored marshmallows will be the next big thing. [DNAinfo]
How Brooklyn! Kickstarted-funded posh pizza palace opens in Clinton Hill. [Gothamist]
Visiting Edgar Allen Poe’s Bronx cottage, rented by the poet as a bucolic getaway. [Smithsonian]

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