On the Market: LICH Reaches Agreement to Enable Sale; Rupert Murdoch Buys Top 4 Floors of One Madison; Do Economic Vitality and Inequality Go Hand in Hand?

SUNY agreement to enable the sale of LICH will mean a new round of RFPs. [CNY]
Couple finds pretty Park Slope one-bedroom for a mere $2,750 a month. [NYT]
Calhoun wants to modernize its landmarked UWS building. [WSR]
Man trying to stop $1 pizza on the LES clarifies that he hates all pizza, not just $1 pizza. [EVG]
The city has already filled 113,000 potholes, more than the last two years combined. [Crain’s]
NYPD agrees to ensure humane treatment of the carriage horses. [Gothamist]
Also, defends right to break traffic laws when escorting the mayor around. [DNAinfo]
Prospect Park Alliance says that mechanical ice rink problems have been fixed. [NYDN]
City to remove children from two homeless shelters with excessive health and safety violations. [NYT]
MTA says it won’t remove homeless people from subways, just encourage them to leave. [DNAinfo]
Bachelor pad: Rupert Murdoch pays $57 M. for top four floors of One Madison. [WSJ]
Study finds that America’s most economically vibrant cities also have the worst inequality. [NYT]