On the Market: Get Rich on N.Y.U. Housing; Earthquake Still Shakes Brooklyn Complex; Making Breuer Less Brutal

Roosevelt Island jazzes up its retail row. [Journal]

N.Y.U. student housing is a cash cow for one developer. [NY Times]

Neil Denari thinks his HL23 is a gift not to its wealthy residents but the city, of course! [Curbed]

A red-tailed hawk is on the loose in Prospect Park–and that’s great news, actually. [Brooklyn Paper]

One Brooklyn housing complex still unsafe after earthquake damage. [Daily News]

Another island off Long Island is for sale, but Plum Island is much larger than Rat Island. [NY Times]

Park Slope women, leave those short shorts at home–they’re encouraging the rapist, says NYPD. [Journal]

Hell’s Kitchen gay bar respects the kids, closes during school hours. [DNAinfo]

Has the city done enough to protect firefighters with building code changes? [City Limits]

The history of the Long Island Automobile Club—now an apartment building—on Union Street in the Slope. [NY Times]

Art show transforms Marcel Breuer building in the Bronx. [ArchPaper]

That Staten Island sink hole that wasn’t a pothole has finally been fixed. [Daily News]

On the Market: Get Rich on N.Y.U. Housing; Earthquake Still Shakes Brooklyn Complex; Making Breuer Less Brutal