The Real Deal New York

Brooklyn Bridge Park prompts affordable housing debate, Hiltons to lease Hamptons mansion (again) … and more

May 13, 2014 09:30AM

1. Brooklyn Bridge Park’s final development section prompts affordable housing, park funding debate [NYT]
2. Argentine artist Adrián Villar Rojas to bring “ruin” sculptures to High Line’s final section [WSJ]
3. Mott Haven church modeled after the Hagia Sophia aims to raise $4.7 million for repairs [DNAinfo]
4. Undoing Battery Park City Authority could yield up to $3 billion for affordable housing: OPINION [Crain’s]
5. Hiltons to lease Hamptons mansion (again) [Real Estalker]
6. Journal Square property sells for $31 million [GobeSt]
7. Mapping the lost landmarks of the Village in 1934 [Curbed]
8. The High Line and a changing Manhattan [bisnow]

Julie Strickland