On the Market: Domino Sugar Site to Begin Public Review; Other Architects Love to Feel Superior to Robert A.M. Stern; Williamsburg Studio Includes Free Breakfast With $2,700/Month Rent

Mover over, FCR: Chinese investors think they can finish Atlantic Yards in 8 years. [WSJ]
CPC certifies Domino Sugar site, clearing the way for public review process to begin. [Crain’s]
Flaming manhole covers force evacuations in Soho. [Gothamist]
The Plaza cashes in on its most famous resident—Eloise. [WSJ]
And the Naftali Group gets ready to cash in on W. 77th Street development site. [WSR]
Inwood tenant suspected of stabbing his super to death. [Post]
State claims that NY’s top 100 Airbnb users pulled in $54 M. during the last 3 years. [NYT]
The real winners of the marathon (ran 26.2 miles in crazy costumes). [NYM]
Speaking of costumes: apparently kilts are hot in Crown Heights right now. [DNAinfo]
Connecticut-based developer Antares sued for stiffing broker on High Line buy. [TRD]
Do rental-backed securities pose the same danger as mortgage-backed securities? [AC]
Investors are certainly scooping up rental properties, including single family homes. [WSJ]
How ‘complete’ streets—designed for pedestrians, cars, bikes, public transit—became hip. [AC]
Not an architect’s architect: peers dis Robert A.M. Stern for accessible, popular designs. [NYM]
Williamsburg’s newest luxury rental has continental breakfast, studio rents starting at $2,700. [Gothamist]
But in the Bronx, you can get an honest-to-god castle for $3.65 million. [Curbed]
Unsurprisingly, Lou Reed left his East Village and Hamptons homes to his wife. [DNAinfo]
Also not surprising: NYU student who fell between buildings was allegedly drinking. [DNAinfo]

On the Market: Domino Sugar Site to Begin Public Review; Other Architects Love to Feel Superior to Robert A.M. Stern; Williamsburg Studio Includes Free Breakfast With $2,700/Month Rent