On the Market: Inside Huguette’s Wild Home; Jeff Goldblum Crashes; Love on the G-Train

Inside Huguette Clark’s unbelievable apartments. [NY Times]
Not extending the G-Train permanently will kill Brooklyn’s boner. [BK Paper]
Times Square Theater finally to reopen as gross, tourist-y Times Square 4D. [NY Post]
The flaws to look out for when buying a newly built condo. [BrickU]
Huge Downtown Brooklyn tower site up for sale. [Brownstoner]
Exploring a hidden mews in Murray Hill. [Curbed]
Jeff Goldblum and Tiffany Amber Thiessen among stars crashing at the Atelier. [Real Deal]
City working to repair dilapidated apartments after a rough recession. [Journal]
And yet dozens of properties belonging to one Bronx landlord languishing. [City Limits]
Sam Dolnick, Times reporter and Sulzberger heir, selling PLG pad. [Curbed]
About two people an hour are stopped and frisked in Williamsburg every day. [BK Paper]
Target shuttering Long Island store to avoid unionizing effort. [Crain’s]
The old Soho loft of the Fugee’s Pras sells to Czech documentarian. [Real Deal]
Yet another North Brooklyn gay bar closes. [NY Times]
Space shuttle museum across from Intrepid breaks ground. [Curbed]
The gray era between fee and no-fee apartments. [BrickU]
Bloomberg wins court fight over terminating homeless subsidy. [Journal]

On the Market: Inside Huguette’s Wild Home; Jeff Goldblum Crashes; Love on the G-Train