On the Market: One57’s Loading Dock Catches on Fire; Silverstein Seeks More Subsidies to Build Another WTC Tower; The Superblock is Back! (Sort of)

Walmart poised to make its initial foray into NYC with Queens store. [Crain’s]
Back to the future: building post-millennial pre-wars. [NYT]
Fire breaks out at loading dock of accursed One57. [WSJ]
LPC shoots down St. Luke’s Greenwich Village expansion plans. [Curbed]
Billy Macklowe just dropped $5.3 M. on another unit at 1001 Fifth. [TRD]
Manhattan man furious that Airbnb renter used his studio for an orgy. [Gothamist]
South African telecommunications mogul lists Village townhouse for $14.95 M. [NYT]
Founder of fancy t-shirt company Splendid lists super fancy penthouse. [Curbed]
Investors flock to rapidly-appreciating retail condos. [WSJ]
Should Silverstein get big government subsidies to build yet another WTC office tower? [NYT]
Transit branding may seem frivolous, but it actually helps build transit culture. [AC]
Irish Arts Center to get a new, $54 M. home on 11th Avenue and 51st Street. [NYT]
Tenants and advocates call for housing court reforms. [BkPaper]
Hudson Yards heralds the return of the much-maligned superblock. [WSJ]
The horror of living on the UES when all your friends live in cooler nabes. [NYT]

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