On The Market: The NewsCorp Building is Popular; Ansonia Sign Draws Ironic Ire; History by Bike

Bids are coming fast and furious on the News Corp building at 1211 Sixth Ave. [Journal]

The Catholic Church is selling off more NYC properties to provide debt relief. [Daily News]

East Siders confused after their “L’Ecole” apartment building becomes a toxic site. [NY Post]

An ironic response to a peace sign on The Ansonia. [DNAinfo]

Developers gambling on casinos all over New York. [Journal]

A longstanding meter parking operation in Morningside Heights faces challenge. [NY Times]

DOT says “of course you could go both ways” outside of Brooklyn Bridge Park. [Brooklyn Paper]

Bil deBlasio accuses city of not being able to tell a hole in the ground from a whole in the ground. [Daily News]

A Columbia history class by bike. [Journal]

His baseball team might be ready to hit the golf course, but Fred Wilpon’s Madoff nightmare ain’t over yet. [Crain’s]

On The Market: The NewsCorp Building is Popular; Ansonia Sign Draws Ironic Ire; History by Bike