On the Market: Hourly Rentals That Are Definitely Not Being Used for Sex; De Blasio Demanding More Affordable Housing at Domino; New York Times Discovers Bushwick

Michael Gross to abandon Central Park perch just as book on 15 CPW launches. [NYT]
Hourly rent-a-space founder claims they are not being used for sex? (!) [Gothamist]
Who is the library-loving Human of New York trying to save the stacks? [AC]
How to find out if your apartment is rent-stabilized. [DNAinfo]
New Orleans’ luxury real estate market finally rebounds after Katrina. [WSJ]
Could the UWS anti-bank and chain store rezoning actually hurt small businesses? [Crain’s]
Premium apartment amenities that are worth the cost… including a better location? [Forbes]
Buyers “don’t want to look at your clutter or photos of your beautiful kids.” [Post]
Another thing they don’t want to look at? Paintings of naked people. [WSJ]
Hilton is looking to sell the Waldorf-Astoria. [Bloomberg]
Williamsburg Urban Outfitters get liquor license, will now be the worst place on earth. [BE]
Money never sleeps, but Oliver Stone once snoozed in this West Village pad, listed for $2.9 M. [WSJ]
Anabu Enterprises taps SHoP to design “affordable luxury” (haha) rental on UES. [BuzzBuzz]
The New York Times continuations its exploration of Brooklyn, discovers Bushwick. [NYT]
It’s not all luxury condos on 57th Street. There are also luxury hotels and restaurants. [WSJ]
Chicago’s new bus rapid transit lane raises questions of how city’s transportation should evolve. [AC]
Brooklyn Heights Cinema holds fundraiser to buy digital projector to stay in business. [DNAinfo]