On the Market: A $120 M. Listing For the Pierre Penthouse? Fewer People Are Fleeing From the Bronx; Midtown East Rezoning Hits a Road Bump—Dan Garodnick

Carlyle is selling 650 Madison, wants to ride Sony sale’s billion dollar coattails. [Crain’s]
The Lara, a 30-story mixed use tower in Lower Manhattan, hitting market in 2014. [TRD]
State considered resale value of Cobble Hill hospital before shuttering it. [Bk Paper]
Fire Island’s rebuilding woes. [WSJ]
An East River dolphin! May it fare better than the Gowanus Canal dolphin. [HuffPo]
Pierre penthouse poised to hit the market for a record-shattering $120 million. [Post]
Rock critic pens memoir recalling the East Village of yore. He’s only 43. [Village Voice]
Not quite a turnaround, but people are no longer abandoning the Bronx. [NYT]
Williamsburg softball season delayed by McCarren Park construction. [DNAinfo]
LPC approves plans for new Dumbo townhouses, praises profusely. [Brownstoner]
The LPC also loved DDG’s aluminum-front design for Soho’s Chocolate Factory. [Curbed]
Girl Allison Williams commits umbrella faux-pas, wields golf cover on sidewalk. [Gothamist]
Some retirees prefer multi-generational communities to retirement enclaves. [NYT]
Those in new FEMA floodzones will either need to raise their buildings or insurance. [Bk Paper]
Sutton Foster, star of ABC’s dance comedy Bunheads, sells Midtown pad. [TRD]
After a winner emerges, Brooklyn Bride Park Conservancy calls off lawn-naming contest. [NYT]
Councilmember Dan Garodnick makes demands in Midtown East rezoning. [WSJ]
Paul Goldberger digs SHoP’s Domino plan, agrees contextualism is overrated. [Vanity Fair]
App can help you avoid horribly overpacked bars on St. Patrick’s Day. [Crain’s]
A block party for artist being evicted from Broken Angel House. [Gothamist]

On the Market: A $120 M. Listing For the Pierre Penthouse? Fewer People Are Fleeing From the Bronx; Midtown East Rezoning Hits a Road Bump—Dan Garodnick