On the Market: David LaChapelle Pictures Chelsea; Spooking a Square Coney Island; Lairs of the Rich and Villainous

Toot, toot! Museum of City of New York taking over Seaport Museum. [NY Times]

Raunchy photog (aren’t they all?) David LaChapelle snaps up a Chelsea one-bedroom. [Curbed]

NYPD says “there’s no criminality” in the death of cyclist Mathieu Lefevre. [Streetsblog]

City inspectors find no violations at Chelsea Hotel renovations. [Daily News]

Eleven LIRR bosses busted for massive $1 billion pension fund fraud. [NY Times]

Dick Zigun haunts the “new” Coney Island. [Journal]

Gary Hutwist, director of Urbanized talks about what makes city’s so special. [Curbed]

Once-homeless couple may be again after landlord dispute. [Daily News]

The simple story of a Brooklyn Navy Yards home. [Brownstoner]

Things are looking up for those who gambled downtown. [Journal]

Inside a spruced up City Center. [ArchPaper]

Ziel Feldman, king of One Madison, makes a bid for the High Line. [Real Deal]

The coolest homes of the baddest villains. [Curbed] On the Market: David LaChapelle Pictures Chelsea; Spooking a Square Coney Island; Lairs of the Rich and Villainous