On the Market: NYCHA Won’t Need to Pay for Police Detail; Wendi Deng Nabs Fifth Avenue Co-op in Divorce; Bloomberg’s ‘Development Boom’ Was No Such Thing

Kickstarter inventions made to suit tiny New York apartments. [BU]
NIMBYs continue fight against approved UES waste transfer station. [Crain’s]
NYCHA relieved of $52 M. debt it owes to NYPD for security detail. [WSJ]
Wendi Deng takes possession of couple’s $44 million Fifth Avenue co-op. [TRD]
Cuomo is not interested in discussing the Port Authority or possible reforms. [CNY]
How chic! Fashion retailers shift to bigger showrooms, smaller offices. [NYT]
Bloomberg’s development boom was actually something of a mirage. [NextCity]
Sandy Weill is trying to flip 15 CPW maid’s quarters for $6.5 M. [NYDN]
Charles Bronfman sells 810 Fifth Avenue co-op to hedge funder for $19 M. [Post]
Neighbors indifference to historic Kitty Genovese murder even worse than believed. [DNAinfo]
Powerful union 32BJ SEIU takes aim at major LIC developer TF Cornerstone. [Crain’s]
A glimmer of hope? Some Manhattan landlords are offering rental concessions. [NYDN]
Union Square sports bar hopes to draw women with pink walls. [DNAinfo]
Imagining what the proposed Queensway might actually look like. [Curbed]
Popped up! LIC’s pop-up ramen shop to move out of bagel joint, get own space. [DNAinfo]