On the Market: Re’Tooling O’Toole; Pop-Up Libraries; All Hail the Bronx

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Another addition to the pop-up fad: libraries. [Journal]

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That’s it for Mars Bar—it is now in the process of being gutted. [DNAinfo]

The Peninsula Hospital Center in Queens is the latest borough hospital to close because of financial troubles. [Crain’s]

West 52nd Street has retained some grit, but is slowly succumbing to gentrification. [NY Times]

The Bronx is shedding its bad reputation while its population grows. [Crain’s]

And Dumbo is seeing some commercial growth, with vacancy rates down. [Crain’s]

Why and how to save St. Vincent’s O’Toole Building [Journal]

A Manhattan couple might sue after apartment break-in, alleging their landlord is to blame. [NY Post]

The Barbizon, at 63rd Street and Lexington Avenue, is being considered for landmark status. [NY Times]

Meanwhile, Bedford-Stuyvesant is aiming for a whole historic district. [Crain’s]

Apartment buildings in New York will be going green with cleaner heating oil. [NY Times]