On the Market: Power Breakfasts are Back at the Loews Regency; Penthouse Additions Prove Cash Cows for Developers; More 7 Train Closures!

Machers return to newly-renovated Loews Regency Hotel for power breakfast. [WSJ]
Not pocket change: MTA nets hundreds of millions of dollars on unspent Metrocards. [NYT]
Was Menachem Stark killed over a mere $20K, despite owing tens of millions? [NYDN]
Hotel Chelsea’s owner pulls building permits, suggesting a possible change in plans. [DNAinfo]
Macklowe sues 737 Park resident for resisting repairs to her apartment. [TRD]
For extra profit on condo conversions, developers turn to penthouse additions. [NYT]
Speaking of rooftop additions, Dalton’s was just approved by the BSA. [DNAinfo]
What’s Lena Dunham’s Brooklyn Heights co-op really like? [BHB]
Related’s deal to buy back the Time Warner Center closes for $1.3 billion. [Crain’s]
Bowery Ballroom partner wants to open 2,000-person music venue in East Williamsburg. [NYDN]
Bad news for those who live on the 7 Train: 13 more weekend closures planned for 2014. [DNAinfo]
As more and more people bank remotely, banks wonder if branch explosion was such a good idea. [AC]