On the Market: Red Hook Artists Try to Invoke Rent Stabilization Law; Doormen in High Demand in LIC; Gowanus Ice Cream Shop to Offer Toxic Sludge Flavor

De Blasio vows to stop seemingly imminent Brooklyn hospital closures. [Crain’s]
Making San Francisco affordable again might not be a lost cause. [AC]
Anthropologie opens whimsical bridal boutique on the Upper East Side. [DNAinfo]
Upper Manhattan park promised by Columbia incorporates marshland. [NYT]
Displaced R Train riders make C train even slower, more crowded. [Gothamist]
Bug bomb blows out wall in Sunnyside apartment building. [DNAinfo]
Heavens! Good-looking church conversions from around the world. [BuzzBuzz]
Red Hook artists try to evoke rent stabilization to stay in loft building. [WSJ]
Meanwhile, a painter returns to her childhood home—affordable arts enclave Westbeth. [NYT]
Doormen flock to LIC, Astoria to meet Queens’ soaring demand for luxury living. [NYDN]
Gowanus ice cream shop’s new toxic sludge flavor will probably involve chocolate. [BkPaper]
Development duo Robert Rosania and Laurence Gluck try for a amicable break-up. [Crain’s]
Rockaway ferry will sail on through May, but tickets are going up to $3.50 a pop. [DNAinfo]
Latest twist in Feil family battle involves on real estate mogul’s Fifth Avenue apartment. [WSJ]
Tenants say Harlem project overrun by dogs; woman injured slipping in pile of poop. [NYDN]

On the Market: Red Hook Artists Try to Invoke Rent Stabilization Law; Doormen in High Demand in LIC; Gowanus Ice Cream Shop to Offer Toxic Sludge Flavor