On the Market: Modular Homes Make Inroads In Beach Communities; Drama of Estranged Durst Scion Continues; Desperate Bushwickians Flee to Ridgewood

Los Angeles neighborhood tries to gentrify itself before outsiders do. [NYT]
Modular home builders seek an opening in Sandy-battered coastal towns. [WSJ]
Note to starchitects designing for the Middle East: enough with the regional cliches. [AC]
South Street Seaport is still trying to regain its footing after Sandy. [WSJ]
One Chase Manhattan Plaza hits the market. [NYT]
Developer king for a day: Beach artists build castles in the sand. [DNAinfo]
Judge rules against PJ Hanley’s proprietor, tells “bankruptcy baron” to pay up. [Crain’s]
Disturbed scion Robert Durst violates restraining order, shows up at brother’s house. [Post]
Preservationists want city to buy Udalls Cove land before developers do. [Daily News]
Artist develops a new way to visualize wealth inequality in Manhattan. [AC]
Now even Rego Park has a craft beer bar. [DNAinfo]
Cash-strapped Brooklynites are so desperate that they’re actually moving to Queens. [NYT]

On the Market: Modular Homes Make Inroads In Beach Communities; Drama of Estranged Durst Scion Continues; Desperate Bushwickians Flee to Ridgewood