On the Market: Eric Rudin’s New Triplex; No Cars for Central Park; Jackson Heights the New Park Slope

No toilets at 9/11 memorial until museum opens next year [Post]

Lanvin’s Alber Elbaz buys Apthorp pied-à-terre for $6.2 million [Times]

Check out the second phase of the High Line opening next month [Gothamist]

Darren Aronofsky checks out Hudson Square loft [News]

City budget shortfalls threaten mayor’s affordability goals [Journal]

Park51 developer El-Gamal hypes his competitive advantage at conference [Real Deal]

Eric Rudin buys Gracie Square triplex for $12 million [Curbed]

Roosevelt Island rises as a residential spot–which maybe explains all the thieves [Crain’s, Post]

Wilpons selling Long Island offices to prop up Mets [Journal]

Car ban planned for Central Park [Post]

Public housing woes in the Lower East Side [News]

Price increases squeezing smaller landlords [Crain’s]

Home offices a popular new amenity, even in tiny New York condos [Times]

Short-term loans on the rise [Real Deal]

Jane’s Carousel taking shape in Brooklyn Bridge Park [Brownstoner]

Jackson Heights is it! Two papers say so the same weekend! [News, Journal]

More on the Slope stoop art [Times]

Related says it has millions of leases lined up for Hudson Yards [Real Deal]

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