On the Market: Is Macy’s Renovation Ruining It?; Second Avenue Subway Digging Resumes; Hell Inside 666 Park

The menace inside 666 Park, home to the worst landlord imaginable. [Real Deal]
Macy’s 34th Street renovations dumb-down store’s Art Deco flair. [NY Times]
LeFrak City celebrates its 50th anniversary. [Daily News]
Richard Florida explains the best places to buy (renting is bad everywhere). [Atl Cities]
Deal for 9/11 Museum could pave way for redevelopment of 130 Liberty. [Reuters]
Second Avenue Subway resumes work as blaster is laid off. [Journal]
The rest of the subways will be hell this weekend. [BK Paper]
Everybody’s feeling “Astoria Euphoria.” [Real Deal]
Sheep are coming to Bryant Park on September. [DNAinfo]
Awful Park Place sliver building underway. [Curbed]
Renoir’s Paris home for sale for $10 M. [Journal]
The history of the Phat Albert building in Flatbush. [Brownstoner]
An architectural cruise reveals another side of the city. [NY Times]
Big box retailers trying to colonize Sunset Park. [DNAinfo]
You can now paddle Newtown Creek—but do you want to? [Curbed]
Should condo bylines allow for the ejection of terrible neighbors? [Real Deal]
Popular UES eatery Philippe allegedly lets celebs smoke pot in the basement. [Daily News]
New Wallabout historic manual released. [Brownstoner]
Building a LEED Platinum school on a budget. [ArchPaper]
Birders and perverts fight turf war in Central Park’s Ramble. [NY Times]
A serenely modern Hamptons mansion. [Journal]
There’s a weird Marshall’s pop-up truck making its way around the city. [Racked]
Battery Park City Authority president resigns over rec center dispute. [DNAinfo]
Murals inside Roosevelt Rotunda at Museum of American Indian restored. [Journal]
Downtown BK BBQ joint set to open. [BK Paper]

On the Market: Is Macy’s Renovation Ruining It?; Second Avenue Subway Digging Resumes; Hell Inside <i>666 Park</i>