On the Market: Queens Hospital Slated for Residential Conversion; One57 Buyer Tries to Flip Unit Immediately After Closing; New York’s Collegiate Building Boom

Thrift store priced out of Bushwick finds cheaper rent on LES. [DNAinfo]
Meanwhile, a Park Slope vegan restaurant opens an outpost in Tribeca. [DNAinfo]
Queens’ St. John’s Hospital to undergo—what else?—residential conversion. [Crain’s]
Inwood finally arrives with its very own Starbucks? [WSJ]
The mansions of Mary Mason Jones and her sister Rebecca. [NYT]
The second lives of former Pizza Huts. [AtlanticCities]
What do Harlemites think of their neighborhood? [Curbed]
Extended stay hotel in former Williams Alumni club opens. [NYT]
One57 buyer tries to flip unit for $2.5 million profit months after buying. [TRD]
Benjamin Holloway, who helped fund New York’s skyline, dies at 88. [Crain’s]
New York City’s colleges and universities undertake a building boom. [WSJ]
But it’s all being farmed out to private developers, who lease the buildings back. [NYT]

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