On the Market: City Planning Greenlights TF Cornerstone’s Westside Project; What Should We Do About Residential Investors? Williamsburg’s Grand Street Ridden With Vacancies

Disabled man barred from Chelsea affordable housing for living on North side of 26th. [DNAinfo]
City Planning commission greenlights TF Cornerstone’s huge west side development. [Crain’s]
Designing women: more female architects break into the realm of starchitects. [Curbed]
Extell poised to sell ground leases on four properties in Ring portfolio. [TRD]
Bring the criminals back to Times Square and give tourists a taste of gritty New York. [Gawker]
In a more secular era, denominations around the country are downsizing their real estate. [NYT]
Inside the very beachy Williamsburg home of New York’s lone pro surfer. [TMag]
Ex city housing official describes bribes he took at trial of Brooklyn developer. [WSJ]
A peek inside the somewhat completed Bossert Hotel renovation. [BkPaper]
Real estate mogul Arthur Zeckendorf to marry society fixture Anne Detwiler. [Post]
How income segregation has increasingly meant geographic segregation as well. [AC]
Investors snap up more and more houses, creating a permanent renter class. [NYT]
New private school in Red Hook that seeks to undercut competitors reveals renderings. [WSJ]
Vacancies abound on Williamsburg’s Grand Street as stores are priced out. [Bedford+Bowery]
Affordable housing doesn’t have to be dull and workaday; more than its price can be appealing. [NYM]
Former Jekyll and Hyde flagship on Sixth and W. 58th to be converted to office building. [TRD]
Fail: thief disguised as delivery man steals used J. Crew sweater from woman’s home. [DNAinfo]

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