On the Market: Chelsea Residents Inconvenienced by Ambulance Station; Bushwick Councilman Vows to Stop Gentrification; Vogue Uk Horrified by ‘Deepest Depths of Brooklyn’

Forbes isn’t only selling its Greenwich Village headquarters. [Crain’s]
New York attracts migrants from Boston and D.C. [Curbed]
Upcoming vote on Methodist Hospital expansion spurs new round of protests. [DNAinfo]
Roseland Ballroom’s final performances in April to feature boxing, Lady Gaga. [WSJ]
Does the sharing economy hurt businesses? And is it bad if it does? [AC]
Chelsea residents pissed that pivotal ambulance station limits their terrace enjoyment. [DNAinfo]
New councilman vows to stop Bushwick gentrification. Good luck with that. [Gothamist]
Another lofty goal: Friends of the Steinway Mansion hope to raise $9 M. to save manse. [Crain’s]
Developer who wanted to build Islamic center by NYU now trying to build a synagogue. [NYT]
Brookfield Properties plans mega-makeover for Brutalist tower by Hudson Yards. [WSJ]
Hedge funder Mark Sonnino snaps up $27 M. office building at 555 West 25th. [TRD]
Vogue UK horrified by having to travel, via town car, to “the deepest depths of Brooklyn.” [Brokelyn]
Workers clear Bed-Stuy lot on Marcy and Kosciuszko for 41-unit development. [Brownstoner]
Downtown Brooklyn church thinks it might be able to fetch $20 M. as a development site. [Crain’s]
Underground blog no more? Bk to the Fullest and Jonah Landman treated to a Times profile. [NYT]