On the Market: Gentrification on Film; Police Tape Eyesore; No Bike Share Until Fall?

New images of the High Line’s third phase, including crazy playground. [DNAinfo]
A Brooklyn film festival all about the borough’s gentrification. Fun! [Brownstoner]
And why not—new development is exploding in the boro. [Brownstoner]
Crazy storm sparked fire that injured dozens in Brooklyn. [Journal]
Midtown puddle of stench will be cleaned up after a year of complaints. [DNAinfo]
The unbearable weight of police tape stuck in the tree outside your window. [NY Times]
Checking in on a beautifully decrepit Bronx River park. [Curbed]
Gridlock Sam: We still need congestion pricing. [WNYC]
Barclays Center boxes, $29,000 a pop, are cheap. Really—MSG wants $500,000. [Daily News]
Will bike share be here on time? [NY Times]
MTA ends boring in Manhattan, with 116 new tunnels. [NY Post, Times]
Wristbands no longer required to enjoy the common spaces at the Brooklyner. [Curbed]
Park Slope library opening delayed yet again. [DNAinfo]
MTA endorses Mitt Romeny? At least an agency golf cart does. [Daily News]
An insider deal on the BBP velodrome? [BK Paper]
Neighbors wigging out over small hotel replacing three single-family homes. [Queens Crap]
An extra buck for Metrocards deemed “green fee,” saving waste. [Daily News]
Church of Scientology in Times Square fined for sound pollution from TVs. [NY Post]

On the Market: Gentrification on Film; Police Tape Eyesore; No Bike Share Until Fall?