On the Market: Walt Frazier Scores Hudson Yards Eatery; Expensive Plots; M.T.A. Looks High and Low for Leader

They remember you well at the Chelsea Hotel: nostalgics come out for the historic hotel’s last weekend before its temporary closure. [NY Times]

Extell’s planned 50-story hotel on West 45th Street will still rise despite the sale of the land. [The Real Deal]

And the developer is also pulling ahead in the race to construct the city’s tallest residential building. [Journal]

The 21 Club is getting a new bar and Le Bernardin is getting a makeover. [Crain’s]

A eulogy for Mars Bar. [NY Times]

But a dive bar in Brooklyn has just been saved! (For now.) [Brooklyn Paper]

Sag Harbor: the “un-Hamptons.” [Journal]

Hong Kong billionaire buys Carlyle Hotel on East 76th Street. [Bloomberg]

Former Knicks’ player Walt “Clyde” Frazier plans to open a restaurant and sports bar in Hudson Yards. [The Real Deal]

Opponents of a Chinatown Business Improvement District will meet with the chairman of the City Council Finance Committee. [NY Daily News]

Anyone want to buy a $750,000 mausoleum? Anyone? [NY Times]

Turning to the private sector for a new M.T.A. chief [Crain’s]

The struggle to stay in a one-bedroom Manhattan apartment when there’s a baby on the way. [NY Times]

Gowanus is waiting for its big break. [NY Times]

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