On the Market: Gentrification, Gentrification Everywhere; Detroit Conducts Comprehensive Blight Survey; Holly Hunter Lists Co-op for $8.7 M.

So much for Brooklyn: Fort Greene studios now average $2,450 a month. [DNAinfo]
Is it surprising, then, that fourteen percent of 24 to 35-year-olds live at home with their parents. [AC]
Also depressing: Detroit is systematically cataloging its blighted and abandoned buildings. [NYT]
Justin Davidson defends the thesis of “is gentrification really bad?” [NYMag]
NYSE may shrink downtown presences as it cuts jobs, moves positions. [WSJ]
Construction permits in place for SHoP’s 57th Street towers. [Curbed]
But the battle between the lower/middle and rich continues to rage across the city. [NYT]
Maybe we should stop whining about gentrification and start talking about the forces driving it. [AC]
The newest thing in retail theft: trying to steal massive quantities of apparel. [DNAinfo]
Battle of the boroughs! MSG reclaims title of busiest arena from Barclay’s. [Post]
Williamsburg has the most Airbnb listings. [NYDN]
Holly Hunter lists lower Fifth Avenue co-op for $8.7 M. [Realestalker]
It’s true that Williamsburg’s shipping container house isn’t another glass tower, but is it any better? [NYT]
New book to chronicle the lost amusement parks of Queens, Brooklyn and Long Island. [NYDN]
Long Island City comedy club has become pinball destination. [DNAinfo]