On the Market: Will Billionaire John Paulson Become a Tax Refugee? NYCHA Tenants Fret Over Private Lease Plan; Mort Zuckerman Steps Aside As CEO of Boston Properties

Rockie Gajwani placed on leave as CEO of Trevi Retail Group. [TRD]
Cash-strapped Jewish Board is selling rare UWS property on West 77th. [Crain’s]
Part of the problem? Filmmaker/Princeton professor rails against  Willaimsburg gentrification. [NYT]
Grit gone? After a post-Sandy makeover, Coney Island may look better than ever. [Crain’s]
West Village’s Printing House converts to condos, a plan 25 years in the making. [WSJ]
Poor little billionaire: John Paulson ponders move to Puerto Rico to evade taxes. [Bloomberg]
NYCHA’s big fix up is ahead of schedule. [Crain’s]
But NYCHA tenants are worried about the plan to lease land to private developers. [NYT]
Millionaire buys Gowanus’s underground arts “batcave,” pledges to build arts space. [Gothamist]
Could aquaponics make urban farming more than a small-scale project? [Atlantic Cities]
Tax abatement mess-up leaves property owners in a panic. [TRD]
New park space on Governor’s Island slated to open by end of October. [DNAinfo]
Mort Zuckerman stepping down as CEO of Boston Properties, will remain exec. chair. [Bloomberg]

On the Market: Will Billionaire John Paulson Become a Tax Refugee? NYCHA Tenants Fret Over Private Lease Plan; Mort Zuckerman Steps Aside As CEO of Boston Properties