On the Market: Elderly C Train; $35K Tribeca Townhouse; Refi Fallout; Hurricane Irene

Storm of some sort scheduled to arrive this weekend. [NY Times]

But, seriously, subways and buses could be cut starting Saturday. G train riders will not notice. [Journal]

Older than sin, the C train’s cars will just have to keep running. [NY Times]

Flatiron shopping gets hip. [DNAinfo]

Feds to legally complain about treatment of workers at the Boathouse. [NY Times]

Refi plans could rattle the mortgage bond markets. Can’t have that. [Journal]

Long Island City… gentrification… blah blah blah. [Daily News]

Chelsea flea market staying open, actually. [DNAinfo]

Lawyer who specializes in suing other lawyers renting out Tribeca townhouse for $35K a month. [Daily News]

Leave the Prospect Park West Bike Lane Alone already! [BK Paper]

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