On the Market: Leaky Pipes Below, Renovations Above; Hannah Horvath Contemplates Relocation; How to Score a Rent-Controlled Pad

(Flickr, Lucius Kwok)

(Flickr, Lucius Kwok.)

Subterranean gas leaks appear to be frighteningly common. [NYT]
And up above, the New Yorker Hotel aims to get back in the ring. [WSJ]
Developers eye boat-service station in Red Hook. Do I hear $20 million? [Crain’s]
Bailouts are not for bikes, apparently. [Gothamist]
The good news for Chris Christie? His lawyers think he’s just swell. [NYT]
And for everyone else? It looks like Hannah and the rest of the Girls might be clearing out. [NY Post]
Which coincides nicely with this half-affordable Greenpoint development, near finished. [Curbed]
Alicia Glen meets housing advocates, developers, pols with a “charm offensive.” [Crain’s]
NYCHA draws lawsuit for failure to assist disabled tenant with move. [NY Post]
Where Essex Crossing will stand, a checkered history. [NYT]
Know any old folks with a rent-controlled place? Hit them up for adoption. [Gothamist]
A digest of Michael Gross’ House of Outrageous Fortune. [Bloomberg]

On the Market: Leaky Pipes Below, Renovations Above; Hannah Horvath Contemplates Relocation; How to Score a Rent-Controlled Pad