On the Market: Time Warner Will Move to Hudson Yards; Coney Island’s ‘Blingier’ Parachute Jump; How Badly Are Renters Burned By Property Taxes?

Time Warner firms up plans to move to Related’s Hudson Yards development. [NYT]
Experiencing Coney Island’s freshly blinged out Parachute Jump. [Atlantic Cities]
Graveyards for payphones, boats and old baseballs. [Untapped Cities]
More renderings of One57’s (surprisingly blah-looking) interiors. [Curbed]
New York’s complicated waterfront history and its even more complex future. [NY Mag]
Can you call doubling the size of a $9.5 M. Tahoe mansion a “rustic revamp”? [WSJ]
Lawsuit challenges Times Square practice of adding built-in tips to diners’ bills. [DNAinfo]
As listings vanish, buyers duke it out over remaining pool of condos and co-ops. [WSJ]
Bicyclist warns that flying jars of mayonnaise may be a danger in Fort Greene. [DNAinfo]
Day jobs: The doormen, porters and window washers of 32BJ display their art. [NYT]
Chain gang! H & M will open its Fulton Street store on Wednesday. [Brownstoner]
See just how much New York City renters are screwed by property taxes. [Curbed]
Janna Bullock marries the art expert who manages her collections. [Post]
Zen Palate shuttered again after yet more health violations. [DNAinfo]
New York tries to clarify complicated law on broker rebates. [TRD]
Park Slope residents fret over Methodist Hospital expansion. [Bk Paper]
As Corona’s demographics shift, bocce provides a cultural bridge. [Narratively]

On the Market: Time Warner Will Move to Hudson Yards; Coney Island’s ‘Blingier’ Parachute Jump; How Badly Are Renters Burned By Property Taxes?