On the Market: Studying New York Straphangers; Bike Share Memberships Go on Sale; Bed-Stuy Historic District Vote Today

Catholic high school strikes deal to get space inside of Alchemy’s 35XV condo. [Curbed]
Study exposes the quirks and preferences of New York’s straphangers. [NYT]
The Post wants to know what you think of the 8 Midtown buildings LPC is considering. [Post]
Has the union rat taken up permanent residence in front of Barclays? [McBrooklyn]
A first-person account of a family’s foreclosure in Florida. [NYT]
Spring’s delay leaves New York parks drab and gray. [Gothamist]
Bike share memberships go on sale. [Streetsblog]
And, as the roll-out approaches, the annual membership price is set at $95. [WSJ]
The 11 most beautiful libraries in Brooklyn. [Bk Mag]
Quinn’s affordable housing pitch gets a huge boost from city grant. [WSJ]
The Dillon, 83-unit Hell’s Kitchen condo, sells out. [TRD]
Landmarks will vote on the Bedford-Stuyyvesant historic district today! [Brownstoner]
Construction abounds on the Bowery, Amato Opera House work begins. [The Local]
Chinese foodie claims that Mission Chinese is astoundingly awful. [Gothamist]

On the Market: Studying New York Straphangers; Bike Share Memberships Go on Sale; Bed-Stuy Historic District Vote Today