Morning Reads: Fashion Model Found, Graffiti Hating, Golden Cadillac Transition

Fashion model Ataui-Deng Hopkins, an Essex Street resident, was missing for two weeks, but now she’s turned up in a hospital (Post).

The police commissioner …

Morning Reads: P.S. 64 Conversion, Un-Chaining NYC, Outlaw Instagrammers

The city has approved permits for the conversion of the former P.S. 64-CHARAS/El Bohio Community Center to a dormitory facility (EV Grieve).

Jeremiah Moss: Mayor …

Morning Reads: Croman Lawsuit, Gentrifier Complaints, Ramones Tribute

The Urban Justice Center, on behalf of tenants at 309 East 8th St., sues landlord Steve Croman. Attorney Sadia Rahman says: “I would say that …

Morning Reads: Clinton Street Gentrification, 9/11′s Impact on Pregnant Women, “Revenge of the Green Dragons” Trailer

Longtime business owners on Clinton Street weigh in on the effects of gentrification, including high rent and the increasing numbers of affluent, white residents who …

Morning Reads: German Artists Fess Up to Bridge Stunt, Bike Crackdown, Sutra’s Farewell

Two German artists say they are responsible for the Brooklyn Bridge flag stunt (NYT).

The governor and his delegation, including Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, arrive …

Morning Reads: NYCHA in Crisis, Tenement Museum Cashing In, Dogs Go Rat Hunting

New York’s public housing crisis; NYCHA’s financial situation has moved beyond “triage.” (NYT)

Led by trustees Paul Massey (founder of Massey Knakal Realty) and Merryl …

Morning Reads: Silver Heads For Israel, Croman Lawsuit, Abrons Schedule

Show of solidarity: Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver will join the governor for a trip to Israel this week (WSJ).

Opinion: Airbnb is a threat to …

Morning Reads: Tour Bus Concerns, Fringe 2014, Taking the LES Back to 1900

After Times Square crash, some City Council members want the city to more closely scrutinize the records of tour bus drivers (WSJ).

The Fringe Festival …

Morning Reads: Bowery Landmark Listed, Bowien Sues Landlord, Hasidic Rocker Chicks

Photographer Jay Meisel’s building, otherwise known as the former Germania Bank landmark at 190 Bowery, has apparently been listed for sale (Crain’s).

Danny Bowien of …

Morning Reads: Anti-Gay Attack, Ivan Ramen Gets the Times Treatment, Banksy Backlash

The victim of an anti-gay attack on Delancey Street required 60 stitches on her face and might be permanently disfigured. The suspect is due back …

Morning Reads: Chin’s Affordable Housing Push, East River Rescue, Shakespeare in the Park History

A followup on Margaret Chin’s proposal to build affordable housing on parking lots and other underutilized city parcels (Streetsblog).

At the South Street Seaport, a …

Morning Reads: A Shiny New Project on Chrystie Street, New Slow Zones, Lucky Cheng’s at the DL

“A boxy, stark white structure” is coming to Chrystie and Broome streets. Plans show it will include nine apartments and a facility for a “downtown …

Morning Reads: New Amsterdam Market Opinions, Brooklyn Bridge Investigation, Summer Streets

Opinion: “The War on New York’s Waterfront;” Paul Greenberg, Roland Lewis and Joan Davidson on the demise of the New Amsterdam …

Morning Reads: $350 Million For Building Repairs, Gambling Parlor Revamp, Satan’s Gallery on East Broadway

The mayor is setting up a $350 million fund, with the help of big banks, to renovate buildings and preserve affordable housing (NYT).

Editorial: Be …

Morning Reads: NYU Lagone Awarded $1 Billion, Help For Dr. Dave, Lady Gaga at Rivington F&B

NYU Lagone is receiving more than $1 billion in hurricane aid (NYT).

Dr. Dave raises $35,000, avoids eviction (EV Grieve).

After taping with Tony Bennett, …