On the Market: Midtown East Hearing Draws Opinionated Crowd; Toys ‘R’ Us Founder Sells Fifth Avenue Co-op; And the Greenest Block Is…

The truth and lies of Million Dollar Listing, from one of its early, would-be stars. [TRD]
Meanwhile MDL star Luis Ortiz has signed on with Douglas Elliman. [TRD]
Political tensions in Korea drive real estate investment in U.S. [WSJ]
Brooklyn man’s dumpster house doesn’t look half bad. [Gothamist]
Public turns out to voice their many opinions on Midtown East. [Curbed]
“Cat Rock,” a Hudson Valley castle, is asking just $7.5 million. [WSJ]
Demolition has started on Mary Help of Christians Church. [EV Grieve]
Lindsey Lohan is moving into a kind of modest Greenwich Village apartment. [Daily Mail]
Caledonia residents enraged that their condo’s gym fees are tripling. [Curbed]
Toys “R” Us founder sells $21 million Fifth Avenue co-op to Peruvian billionaire. [TRD]
New York’s lesbian bars have dwindled, but for largely positive reasons. [Atlantic Cities]
Industrial architecture gets its due: One Hudson Square becomes a landmark. [Crain’s]
The Greenest block of them all is on Sterling in Prospect Lefferts Gardens. [Brownstoner]

On the Market: Midtown East Hearing Draws Opinionated Crowd; Toys ‘R’ Us Founder Sells Fifth Avenue Co-op; And the Greenest Block Is…