On the Market: Another Video Store Bites the Dust; Cobble Hill Church Aware Of Building Problems Before Passerby Was Killed; Yes, the G Train Does Suck

Please rewind! Flatbush Avenue’s Royal Video is closing. [Brownstoner]
The mysterious traffic codes? They don’t actually mean anything at all. [NYT]
Hotels shudder as Crown Heights linen supply company prepares to shutter. [Crain’s]
Score! Mayor lets it slip that Yankee Stadium will host next MLS team. [DNAinfo]
Cobble Hill Christ Church deemed hazardous before falling chunk killed man. [WSJ]
Manhattan’s unaffordability just doesn’t have an upside. [Altantic Cities]
Greenwich estate asking $190 million is mortgaged to the hilt. [NYT]
Check out Inwood’s first prefab building rising above Broadway. [Curbed]
Section 8 building in Bed-Stuy to get $18 million facelift. [DNAinfo]
Have $1 million? Love Victorians? Want to live in Ditmas? Here you go. [Curbed]
The penthouse has yet to sell, but a lesser unit in Dumbo’s Clocktower went for $1.8 M. [TRD]
Rivington tenement asking $7.2 million uses SPURA as selling point. [BoweryBoogie]
MTA admits that G train service does kind of suck, half-promises improvements. [DNAinfo]
Turtle Bay Gardens townhouse on the market for the first time in a half-century. [WSJ]

On the Market: Another Video Store Bites the Dust; Cobble Hill Church Aware Of Building Problems Before Passerby Was Killed; Yes, the G Train Does Suck