A&P looks to sell 16 Manhattan Food Emporium supermarkets, Met removes controversial food kiosks from $60M public plaza plan … and more

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1. The Met drops controversial food kiosks from $60M public plaza revamp plan [DNAinfo]
2. A detailed look at the design of New School’s new Fifth Avenue building by SOM [ArchPaper]
3. Remembering Famous Ray’s missing persons flyers immediately following 9/11 [Vanishing New York]
4. A&P moves to sell its 16 Manhattan Food Emporium supermarkets [Crain’s]
5. The nicest hotel bathroom in the Hamptons comes in a $450 per night [Hotel Chatter]
6. Miami Beach joins Aspen, Colo., Beverly Hills and NYC among locales where $10M home sales are thriving [Forbes]
7. CB3 finds no fault in Jarmulowsky Bank Building upgrades on Canal Street, but question remains: is a hotel on the way? [Bowery Boogie]
8. Why cities like New York are spending more and more to foster bicycle use [Economist]
9. Best Buy is targeting RadioShack’s smaller footprint model, but RadioShack isn’t too concerned [Bloomberg]
10. This infographic will tell you whether you have what it takes to be a CEO [Business Insider]
11. The home Fox aired as that of David Beckham in an NFL pregame show is way smaller than the footballer’s actual home [TMZ]
12. Apple’s senior VP of design drops $17M on San Francisco mansion [WSJ]
13. Las Vegas real estate investor, and huge fan of the champ, buys Muhammad Ali’s childhood home in Louisville for $70,000 [AP via Post]
14. LPC designates pink Ridley Department Store building at 319 Grand Street [Lo-Down NY]
15. Behind the scenes, these two men are leading Silverstein’s efforts at WTC [NYO]
16. A look at retail openings and closings throughout Manhattan [DNAinfo]
17. 101 West 87th Street condo conversion debuts website as sales launch comes into site [Curbed]