On the Market: Tenement Museum to Become Less Overcrowded, Tenement-Like; MoMA’s New Design Doesn’t Have Anything on Folk Art Museum; Chinatown ‘Art Gallery’ Busted as SRO

Tenement Museum plans 10,000-square-foot, $8 M. expansion. [Crain’s]
East Side Access is even more over budget, delayed than anyone expected. [Newsday]
Reality-star tattoo artist Chris Torres opens studio in edgy Prospect Heights. [Brownstoner]
MoMA design has some good points, but it’s lackluster compared to Folk Art Museum. [WSJ]
Will the college campus become a thing of the past? (Village residents hope so.) [AC]
Robert and Cecile Rosner list 3-bedroom in former Stanhope Hotel for $13.5 million. [NYT]
DOB busts Chinatown “art gallery” for operating as an (actually very pricey) SRO. [Gothamist]
Washington Heights clubs rely on surgically-augmented waitresses to move booze. [NYDN]
5Pointz graffiti artists to be featured (inside) at Long Island art center. [DNAinfo]
After fire burns for hours at UWS Citibank, customers fear for fate of safe deposit boxes. [NYT]
Why buy a boring brownstone when you could buy a chalet? [Curbed]
Boring old 330 Madison has been attracting sexier tenants recently. [Crain’s]
Preservationists try to save Hudson’s extraordinarily-dilapidated Bannerman Castle. [WSJ]