Illegal until last month, artist loft living goes conformist; gets rent protections. (NYT)
There’s an inter-neighborhood brawl in the Bronx over what to name a new school. (NYT)
A mortgage sale at 1414 Sixth portends a fight between purchaser Peter Cohen and building owner Norman Sturner. (WSJ)
The NFL will drop its space by about 15 percent when it moves to 345 Park Avenue, a move meant to trim fat. (WSJ)
Steve Cuozzo has some healthy skepticism about the Port Authority’s two pending deals at the World Trade Center site. (NYP)
A group trying to build a large assisted housing building in Chelsea may have skirted zoning rules. (NYP)
The Daily News finds some shoppers happy about Target opening in East Harlem. (NYDN).