On the Market: Drake Deal Done; Louise Sunshine Rises Again; David Wright Slides

More offices coming online than since the 1980s—is there enough demand? [Journal]
Last Drake site holdout drops case against CIM. [Real Deal]
Will a new subway entrance destroy the Upper East Side? [NY Times]
Meanwhile, haute kosher butcher faces off with UES neighborhood mainstay. [Daily News]
David Wright’s condo takes another price chop, now $1.6 million off. [Curbed]
New House transpo bill better for mass transit but still has problems. [Streetsblog, WNYC]
Williamsburg housing project loses gas, resorts to hot plates. [BK Paper]
Louise Sunshine makes her triumphant return, post-Corcoran. [Crain’s]
Slide into poker players apartment for $3.99 million. [Curbed]
Are real estate agents becoming extinct? [Journal]
Do ugly flowers make for a fashionable Chelsea condo? [Daily News]
West 58th Street, the stepchild strip of Midtown. [NY Times]
Will city bend the rules to build LaGuardia trash depot, even if unsafe? [NY Post]
A hotel boom in Midtown West. [Real Deal]
Port Authority wants more minorities working the docks. [WNYC]
The insanity that is a Bay Ridge sushi joint in Williamsburg. [BK Paper]

On the Market: Drake Deal Done; Louise Sunshine Rises Again; David Wright Slides