On the Market: Another Beauty on Bond Street; Panning Pavaroti’s Pad; Kips Bay Show Home Goes Highrise

Recovery slipping? Architecture billings stumble after five-month run. [ArchPaper]
Even racoons think the Upper East Side is the place to be. [Daily News]
Inside the new Kips Bay show house—actually inside a Riverside condo tower. [NY Times]
More stachitecture for Bond Street. [Curbed]
Community wants food market at Seaport, developer does not. [Curbed, DNAinfo]
Architect sues Donny Deutsch for overdue fees on townhouse reno. [Real Deal]
Fat lady won’t sing: Pavaroti’s wife can’t sell apartment. [Journal]
The rental boom is exploding on the Far West Side, even without megaprojects. [NY Post]
Weird Sunset Park hotel set to open. [Brownstoner]
Columbia’s waterfront park plan approved by city. [DNAinfo]
Townhouse on West 54th Street asking $65 million, would set office sales record. [Journal]
Old Park Slope factory could become insane townhouse. [Curbed]
Bill Thompson took campaign donations from Battery Park City developers. [Real Deal]
Williamsburg fears bro-y Lower East Side club owner. [Daily News]
And nuns fight a new bistro in Greenpoint. [BK Paper]
Eddie Murphy sells Jersey manse for $12 million, asked $30 million in 2004. [NY Post]
Museum of African Art still not ready to open, needs $10 million. [NY Times]
History behind new landmarked Sears store in Flatbush. [Brownstoner]
Citrus grove coming to Queens. [Daily News]
Old water tanks turned into nifty chairs. [Architizer]

On the Market: Another Beauty on Bond Street; Panning Pavaroti’s Pad; Kips Bay Show Home Goes Highrise