Tuesday Links

A 240-Year-Old Map is Reborn [Brownstoner]
The Long Ordeal of Landing a Short Term Rental [NY Times]
The Hunt: Park Slope, or Close to It [NY Times]
Honoring Dr. King at BAM [City Room]
Man Jumps in Bay Ridge Waters [NY Post]
Five Hit in Fort Greene Shooting [NY Post]
Feds Probe Charges Of Illegal Apartment Lockout [NY Daily News]
Advocates Sue to Stop Tobacco Warehouse Development [NYDN]
Service Changes Take Effect on F/G [NY1]
Steiner Studios to Undergo $90.5M Expansion [WSJ]
Keeping Tour Buses From Idling at Brooklyn Bridge Park [BK Paper]
What A Williamsburg Marshall’s Store Might Look Like [Curbed]
Recent Thefts at 68 Jay [Dumbo NYC]

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  • “We’d say the arrival of Marshalls would be the final stake through the heart of Williamsburg’s hipster cred, but if there’s one crowd that can derive ironic pleasure from a size XXXXL Tommy Bahama sweatshirt, it’s the population of Williamsburg.”

    Marshalls!!!!! ROTFLMMFAO Says a lot about the fine tastes of the Williamsburg crowd.