On the Market: Jonathan Rose Will Develop Last BAM Site; Extell Moves to Force Sale of Ring Portfolio; UWS Rooftop Additions Are Hot Right Now

Related joins effort to repair Sandy-damaged single family homes in Queens. [Crain’s]
Jonathan Rose selected as developer for BAM’s final culture district site. [Curbed]
Atlantic Avenue gets “bike friendly” zone, but it lacks lanes or signs. [Bk Paper]
But! An actual protected bike lane is coming to Second Ave. in Gramercy. [DNAinfo]
Now even corporate workplaces are being colonized by the cool office. [NYT]
World Monuments Fund lists New Jersey Palisades vista as endangered. [NYT]
Hotel development booms in New York, but will prices go bust? [WSJ]
Do LEED-certified dorms spell the end of mini fridges? [AC]
Extell moves quickly to force sale of Ring portfolio after gaining 50% interest. [TRD]
Brooklyn’s rare “berserk eclectic” Victorian to be razed for luxury rentals. [Brownstoner]
LeFrak City resident caught stealing $100,000 worth of his neighbor’s rent checks. [NYDN]
Owner of collapsed Carroll Gardens brownstone hesitant about moving back. [BkPaper]
Yours for only $31 million! Only one penthouse is left at 56 Leonard. [Curbed]
Luxury apartment developers worry that the good times won’t last. [NYT]
The way we were: oral history recounts how great the Chelsea Hotel used to be. [VanityFair]
Humungous Hallet’s Point development coming before city council tomorrow. [Crain’s]
Along with the Apthorp, at least three other UWS buildings are seeking rooftop additions. [WSR]

On the Market: Jonathan Rose Will Develop Last BAM Site; Extell Moves to Force Sale of Ring Portfolio; UWS Rooftop Additions Are Hot Right Now