On the Market: Coalition Pushes de Blasio to Focus on Low-Income Housing; Ray Kelly Heads to Cushman & Wakefield; the Best Places to Cry in New York

Artists plan to convert Crown Heights parking garage into music venue. [DNAinfo]
Andrew Heiberger talks about the future of Town now that his spat with Sitt is over. [TRD]
Coalition of anti-poverty groups push de Blasio to focus on housing for the low-income. [WSJ]
Two twenty-six year-olds split Williamsburg two-bedroom for $2,500 a month. [NYT]
First goat heads, now rooster heads discovered in Prospect Park. [Gothamist]
Crown Heights tenants form “union” to fight neighborhood’s bad landlords. [Brownstoner]
A below-market space for rent at Westbeth! Too bad it’s commercial ground-floor unit. [Post]
Inside the Prospect Park South mansion of an antique doll dealer (it’s awesome!). [BkPaper]
Is WeWork ever not expanding? Company takes more shared office space at 25 Broadway. [TRD]
Former NYPD chief Ray Kelly heads to Cushman & Wakefield to lead new security division. [WSJ]
NYU group presents new expansion plan, but it would (gasp!) mean the end of a dog run. [DNAinfo]
Benefit Street Partners inks rare $200-a-foot-lease 9 W. 57th Street. [Crain’s]
Brilliant! A compilation of the best places to cry in New York City. [AC]