On the Market: Midtown Offices Go Soho; Gehry's Grammys; Reviving Manufacturing

Wall Street cafe closes, blames Occupy Wall Street-induced barricades. [Daily News]
Frank Gehry is designing the Grammys stage—now please watch! [ArchPaper]
Chelsea Hotel gets ratted out by unions. [Curbed]
The lofty look dominates New York office buildings. [NY Times]
Landlords licking their chops over HaprerCollins 53rd Street building. [Crain’s]
Changes coming to old Gowanus building next to the new Whole Foods. [Brownstoner]
Meanwhile, it takes some volunteers to clean up the stinkin’ canal. [Journal]
Actually, it’s not terribly illegal to sell MetroCard swipes. [NY Post]
Park Slope is still slamming. [Brownstoner]
Fixing the city’s industrial sector. [Daily News]
Brooklyn trolley tunnel tourer sues city for right to walk underground. [BK Paper]
Silverstein gets a new co-CEO. [Real Deal]

On the Market: Midtown Offices Go Soho; Gehry's Grammys; Reviving Manufacturing