On the Market: Stalled Condo Becomes Murder Site; De Niros Move for Fire Repairs; Saving the Garment Districts

Where will the De Niros live while their apartment is being renovated? [Curbed]
Wild hunt to find tenement dwellers evicted from SPURA for new apartments. [DNAinfo]
Fatal stabbing in stalled Williamsburg condo site. [BK Paper]
Check out the thoughtful lighting design for Four Freedoms Park. [ArchPaper]
We’re running out of condos and co-ops. [Crain’s]
Man allegedly wanted to blow up the Fed. [NY Times]
Can the Garment District be saved? Let’s host catwalks in the street and find out. [Curbed]
Matt Lauer bought the farm. No! He’s not dead, just a place in Water Mill. [NY Post]
Construction group sees work rising to $30 B., most since 2008. [Real Deal]
Will Canadians care for Hell’s Kitchen statue since 8 M. New Yorkers won’t? [DNAinfo]
Housing and transportation costs are rising (unsustainably) faster than incomes. [Crain’s]
Community in a Brooklyn kitchen. [NY Times]
Another look at Downtown Brooklyn’s soaring 52-story Hub. [Curbed]
Pedestrian improvements coming to Flatbush Avenue. [Streetsblog]
Williamsburg soccer pavilion about to open. [Brownstoner]
Keller Williams snaps up small firm. [Real Deal]
Twisted Sister Dee Snider’s LI mansion is surprisingly stately. [NY Post]
Making everything fit in a Village walk-up studio. [NY Times]
Chipotle CEO chops Village townhouse to $14.9 M. from $16.5 M. [Curbed]
Celebrate Halloween at the historic Wycoff Gardens farmhouse. [Brownstoner]

On the Market: Stalled Condo Becomes Murder Site; De Niros Move for Fire Repairs; Saving the Garment Districts