On the Market: Another Dolphin In the East River! Parisian Squat Dwellers Shun Government Help; Herald Square Wants To Look Like Times Square

Parisian artists face eviction from squat, spurn government’s help. [NYT]
More LED lights, more tourists: Herald Square is getting a Times Square makeover. [Bisnow]
Not one, but two dolphins in the East River! [Gothamist]
City agencies are eager to sell off civic property, but neighbors argue that it’s a bad deal. [NYT]
Cash strapped non-profits are also eager to sell of their landholdings. [Crain’s]
And tenants are not happy about plans to lease NYCHA land for luxury development. [Daily News]
Another construction accident at 432 Park; pallet of wood drops on workers’ leg. [TRD]
Investors support Empire State building IPO. [Bloomberg]
John Paulson denies plans to relocate permanent residence to Puerto Rico. [NYT]
Yet another cycling gym tries to help people forget just how boring cycling really is. [DNAinfo]
Developers admit the UWS isn’t cool, but say buying there is a good investment. [WSJ]
Son pushing dementia-suffering fashion designer Frances Rappaport out of her apartment. [Post]
Neighbors oppose residential conversion of Crown Heights factory, say it will hasten gentrification. [Bk Paper]
Wall Street mogul wanted “holy shit” foyer in Park Avenue pad, is suing contractor. [Post]
Victorian Gothic school for street children will be saved from total demolition. [NYT]
Schnippers looks to open another comfort food outpost on the UES. [Crain’s]
As New York’s homeless population has ballooned, the city’s shelter costs have dropped. [WSJ]
City evicts overcrowded tenants at 81 Bowery, but laborers say they can’t afford anything else. [NYT]

On the Market: Another Dolphin In the East River! Parisian Squat Dwellers Shun Government Help; Herald Square Wants To Look Like Times Square