On the Market: Is Mott Haven the Next Williamsburg? Mid-Priced Pizzerias Struggle to Survive; Maintenance Free Co-ops Do Exist

Promise to restore park wins UES medical complex some supporters. [DNAinfo]
Fear of flooding prompts Verizon to move a thousand workers out of Manhattan. [Crain’s]
The number of maintenance-free co-ops is poised increase with change in federal law. [NYT]
Extension of B67 bus route aims to connect Williamsburg and Dumbo. [DNAinfo]
Charming Brooklyn Heights apartment seeker posts flyers on trees in last-ditch effort. [Curbed]
Jackie Robinson’s family wants his East Flatbush home landmarked. [Daily News]
Soho rents cross the $1,000-a-square foot mark, now premiere shopping district. [Crains’s]
Bushwick will get some parks to go along with all the new condos, bars and art galleries. [Bk Paper]
How to cope with your neighbors’ renovation when it involves a party wall. [NYT]
After 60 years at helm, Larry Silverstein steps down as CEO of Silverstein Properties. [WSJ]
Is it a cynical marketing ploy when developers incorporate art into condo projects? [NYT]
Billyburg in the Bronx? Hipsters head to Mott Haven. [Crain’s]
Mid-priced pizzerias struggle to survive amid competition for gourmet and ’99 cent joints. [WSJ]

On the Market: Is Mott Haven the Next Williamsburg? Mid-Priced Pizzerias Struggle to Survive; Maintenance Free Co-ops <em>Do</em> Exist