On the Market: Rich Babies Live In Fancy Nurseries; The Majority of Food Stamp Recipients Live in the Suburbs; Spitzer Real Estate Empire Provides Funds, Potential Conflicts

Cribs, baby edition: Rich infants are getting ever fancier nurseries, devices. [WSJ]
More than half of all food stamp recipients now live in the suburbs. [Atlantic Cities]
Co-ops and condos sell off common spaces to save on costs. [NYT]
Bill de Blasio is pretty much a pragmatist when it comes to development. [Capital NY]
Sneaky swimmers have been breaking into city pools after-hours. [Daily News]
Even hipster bars and restaurants think Williamsburg is over. [Post]
Wall Street snaps up housing for the poor, but doesn’t want to rent to them. [Bloomberg]
How the Spitzer family’s real estate empire has supported Eliot’s political dreams. [Daily News]
Three-hundred pound python bit trainer, escaped for Brooklyn children’s museum. [Gothamist]
Aldyn’s duplex penthouse (that comes with a private swimming pool!) sells for $14.7 million. [NYT]

On the Market: Rich Babies Live In Fancy Nurseries; The Majority of Food Stamp Recipients Live in the Suburbs; Spitzer Real Estate Empire Provides Funds, Potential Conflicts