On the Market: Live Like a Newspaper Titan for Just $38 M.; Kristin Wiig Finds a Co-op Buyer So Fast It’s Not Funny; Chuck Close Shows Off His East Village Pad

West Chelsea building sells for 70 percent more than it did two years ago. [Crain’s]
William Randolph Heart’s former Riverside Drive pad hits the market for $38 M. [WSJ]
Restoration of UWS rowhouse facade has neighbors feeling angry. [NYT]
Sign of the times: Williamsburg art gallery to be replaced by condos. [BuzzBuzz]
Who’s laughing now? Kristen Wiig finds a buyer for $2.95 M. Soho co-op in just 14 days. [TRD]
Is it possible to save the Folk Art Museum by simply moving it somewhere else? [AC]
Chuck Close talks about his East Village floor-through, the end of white walls. [WSJ]
What would grandpa think? Frank Lloyd Wright’s grandson bought a pre-fab house. [Curbed]
Assisted-living facility on prime lot next to Prospect Park slated to close in 90 days. [DNAinfo]
Naturally, local elected officials are up in arms about it. [TRD]
Sew… it’s not all garmentos in the Garment District anymore. [WSJ]
Edgar Bronfman’s Fifth Avenue co-op now officially listed for $65 M.; sadly there are no photos. [Curbed]