On the Market: How About a Spiritual House Cleaning? Forest City Ratner To Cash Out of Shopping Mall Stake; Co-op Rents Exterior Wall For Art Project

With end of Rockefeller Center lease looming, Warner Music considers W. 34th. [Crain’s]
Midtown hotel cuts power, evacuates guests after electrical fire. [DNAinfo]
City plans to transform vacant Coney Island restaurant into amphitheater. [Bk Daily]
Art group rents a Soho wall from co-op to create reverse graffiti. [WSJ]
And in Brooklyn, an artist creates plaques for the borough’s forgotten historic sites. [Curbed]
A house cleaner, of the spiritual sort. [NYT]
Times Square tower to try for $1.6 billion. [Post]
Forest City Ratner selling stakes in national shopping malls for $425 million. [Crain’s]
Court Street grocer doesn’t want to be displaced by J. Crew. [DNAinfo]
Kate Spade stores to open with no products, only a touchscreen for ordering. [Crain’s]
McCarren Park finally re-opens after months of repairs, just in time for summer. [DNAinfo]
Chelsea community board has numerous issues with bike rack placement. [DNAinfo]
Realtors’ commissions jump by the largest amount in the last eight years. [WSJ]
If you can get them to pay: broker sues “Baby Jane” Holzer for dodging $720k commission. [Post]

On the Market: How About a Spiritual House Cleaning? Forest City Ratner To Cash Out of Shopping Mall Stake; Co-op Rents Exterior Wall For Art Project