A tour of the audacious outdoor spaces that come with NYC apartments for sale, Trump says China-made U.S. Olympics uniforms should be burned … and more

July 13, 2012 05:00PM

1. Despite making his own brand of clothing in China, The Donald says the China-made U.S. Olympics uniforms should be burned [TPM]
2. City officials crack down on large buses in Chinatown following competition with small vans for Manhattan-to-Queens travel [NYT]
3. New DOT study says 24 percent of parking spaces within half-mile radius of Barclays Center will be available during events, no residential permits needed [Patch]
4. 7,500-sf Southern Colonial home in LA that was set location for “Clear and Present Danger” sells for $4.32M [Los Angeles Times]
5. Work starts on LI’s 291-unit, $100M-plus New Village at Patchogue [NYT]
6. Alternative uses imagined for 135th Street Marine Transfer Station, including urban farm and green market [NYDN]
7. From rags to riches: the transformation of Columbus Circle and Lincoln Square [NYT]
8. Construction underway on new NY Kids Club Park Slope location in former Southpaw space [Here’s Park Slope]
9. Not your typical military housing in New Jersey [NYT]
10. Check out what the Bea Arthur Residence, which will be home to homeless LGBT youth, will look like [EV Grieve]
11. These 10 homes made out of shipping containers give new meaning to micro-unit [Tiny House Talk]
12. Athens, Georgia tops list of best cities for Millennials, with low rents and unemployment rate [MSNBC]
13. Following the death of Mama Sbarro (of Sbarro fame) this past weekend, Bensonhurst residents remember her and her deli that shuttered 10 years ago [NYT]
14. Check out designs of homes of the future, which will be suited for climate and population changes [Forbes]
15. A look at some of the city’s most audacious outdoor spaces [NYT]
16. What should you do when your city goes bankrupt? [Forbes]