On the Market: Sutton Place Park May Be Gated; Trump Place Condo Hits Market for $75 M.; Not Even A Superfund Site Can Stop Gentrification

The Chelsea Market expansion is preservationist Ed Kirkland’s last stand. [NYT]
Corporations will be able to license NYC logos and brands more easily. [Daily News]
Gowanus: Not even a superfund site can stop gentrification. [WSJ]
Is Sutton Place Park really public if it’s kept under lock and key? [DNAinfo]
Photographer catches mystery couple’s last kiss before lock-up. [Daily News]
The view from the 103rd floor of 1 WTC. [Architect’s Newspaper]
Developer clear cuts trees on Queens lot after neighbor raises concerns. [QueensCrap]
Homeowners say mortgage holders won’t work with them when they can’t pay. [NYT]
Dolly Lenz: #1 Real Estate Broker says don’t trust the housing data. [CNBC]
Gantry Park is very popular with canoodling couples. [DNAinfo]
Another outrageous ask: apartment at Trump Place hits market for $75 M. [The Post]
Alphabet City attracts chic boutiques, professionals, higher rents. [WSJ]

On the Market: Sutton Place Park May Be Gated; Trump Place Condo Hits Market for $75 M.; Not Even A Superfund Site Can Stop Gentrification