On the Market: Chelsea Bike Lane War; More Ground Zero Noise Complaints; Squatter in Ann Curry’s Townhouse


First come the hipsters, then the hotels at the Rockaways. [Journal]

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It’s not just guests of the Millenium Hilton; now residents of a luxury building at ground zero are saying they can’t stand the construction noise. [NY Post]

New York Times critic deems this summer the “Summer of the Pop-Up.” [NY Times]

Two developers are fighting over a development site on Bedford Avenue in Williamsburg. [The Real Deal]

Gigantic rats are overrunning the swanky Grand Army Plaza Park. [NY Daily News]

Another park, however, keeps out unwanted visitors. [NY Times]

A homeless man has been squatting in Ann Curry’s abandoned Upper West Side townhouse. [NY Post]

College campuses in low-income neighborhoods used to bridge the gap between the university and its surrounding neighborhood. [Journal]

Some World Trade Center construction workers may use their lunch breaks to get drunk. [NY Post]

Bed bugs are adding to the stresses of moving in N.Y.C. [NY Times]

Could this spur another bike lane war? Chelsea wants an east-west bike lane to run through the neighborhood. [NY Post]