On the Market: Gowanus Canal To Become Less Sewagey; America Hates Its Hipsters; Revamping Midtown East Streetscapes

City seeks developers to rebuild Sandy-ravaged neighborhoods. [Crain’s]
They’re also looking for developers to restore Staten Island wetlands. [DNAinfo]
Greenpoint architecture is super, super contextual these days. [NYT]
Don’t you wish that your house had a trellis room? [WSJ]
Jenny’s new block: J-Lo set to buy a $10 million mansion in the Hamptons. [Post]
City hires consultants to revamp Midtown East’s (soon-to-be-rezoned?) streets. [Curbed]
Soccer arena parkland is totally replaceable, says Bloomberg. [CapitalNY]
East River floating pool just needs half-a-mil for a mock-up. [DNAinfo]
Considering the tiny, beloved antique Carroll Street Bridge.  [NYT]
Check out what the Hudson Yards culture shed would look like inside. [WSJ]
Citi Bikes are not racing bikes or fixies and that’s not a bad thing. [Streetsblog]
Americans hate hipsters but still love PBR. [Post]
Privately-funded public parks: still controversial. [Atlantic Cities]
Gowanus Canal will become 34 percent less sewagey. Will still be super-fundy. [CapitalNY]

On the Market: Gowanus Canal To Become Less Sewagey; America Hates Its Hipsters; Revamping Midtown East Streetscapes