On the Market: Fighting Towering Brooklyn Historic District; Winter Garden Occupied; More 'Fast' Buses

Williamsburg occupied, including Jed Walentas’ new hotel. [Brownstoner]
Meanwhile, Brookfield faces the protestors wrath again, this time at the Winter Garden. [NY Times]
Opponents hope to stave off Brooklyn skyscraper historic district at City Council. [Journal]
Meanwhile, preservationists worry Pier A is too open to the elements. [DNAinfo]
The most convertible sites in the city. [Curbed]
Some semisesquicentennial: Will they ever finish fixing the Henry Hudson Bridge? [NY Times]
HUD program could help you buy a home in Clinton Hill and other foreclosure-heavy hoods. [Brownstoner]
More fast buses for the Bronx and Brooklyn—well, slightly faster. [Streetsblog]
Is there a hotel bubble forming, or will the tourists just keep on coming? [DNAinfo]
Kids throwing bricks and bottles off public housing bridge at bikers. [BK Paper]
The biggest real estate court battles of the moment. [Real Deal]
Next we’ll find some ferries: Secrets to scoring a quiet apartment. [BrickUnderground]

On the Market: Fighting Towering Brooklyn Historic District; Winter Garden Occupied; More 'Fast' Buses