On the Market: More Gamal; Leaving Tribeca; a $200,000 Rental Renovation



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Park51 developer continues his media parade [Today Show (below), Journal]

After 50 years, sculptor leaving Tribeca for Brooklyn, his loft for sale [Times]

Ratner can bar crowds of more than three from Atlantic Yards arena plaza [BK Paper]

But at least there will be “reasonable bollards” [Post]

Speaking of plazas, Lady Gaga dropped by the Oak Room to honor her grandpa [Post]

What the Frack! Save our water supply [Gotham Gazette]

Garment District continues to shrink as another tenant undone by bankruptcy [Crain’s]

New zoning embraces car sharing while still promoting congestion [Streetsblog]

A $200,000 rental renovation [Journal]

Follow the Pattern: Sol Lewitt in your bathroom [Curbed]

Lebron buys in South Beach, but its “modest” — like him [Real Deal]

Do we even want a space shuttle for the Intrepid museum? [News]