On the Market: Williamsburg Savings Bank Is Restored; Brokers Throw in Rolls Royce to Sell Oligarch’s Townhouse; NYCHA Tenants Drop Land-Lease Suit

World’s largest shopping mall, a.k.a. Xanadu, to finally get built in New Jersey. [Crain’s]
Perhaps London really is losing its soul to the devil of global capital. [AC]
LICH bids so far offer very skimpy emergency and hospital services. [DNAinfo]
A New Jersey court has actually ruled that Jamie LeFrak is a blowhard. [Post]
Willaimsburg Savings Bank is restored as events space; owners plan hotel tower next door. [NYT]
Duplex asking $37.6 M. at 18 Gramercy held until now for some odd reason. [Curbed]
Brokers throw in “free” Rolls Royce to try a sell Alexander Rovt’s overpriced townhouse. [TRD]
Bus accident in Bed-Stuy renews calls for community board-rejected slow zone. [DNAinfo]
Owner of ugly Williasmburg townhouse thinks he can make a half-mil profit after three months. [Curbed]
Speaking of ugly buildings in Brooklyn, the Daily Eagle wants to know which is the ugliest? [DailyEagle]
Tenants drop NYCHA land-lease lawsuit after de Blasio promises to abandon the plan. [TRD]
Domino is among the many major projects and stores transforming South Williamsburg. [Post]
Flatiron BBQ joint “Hog’s Pit” actually more of a pigsty, shut down by health department. [DNAinfo]
Median Manhattan rents dropped $90 last month. The bad news is they’re still $3,100 a month. [TRD]