On the Market: Jeff Sutton Strikes Again; Greenpoint’s Grossly Industrial Chic Hotel; Red Light Rage

One finger or two? Brooklyn Navy Yard now home to Kings County Distillery. [Journal]

Mini-renovations are all the rage this recession. [Daily News]

White roofs give 20 Manhattan buildings a sheen of green. [Crain’s]

The ghosts in a Grammercy apartment building. [Times]

An IHOP for Times Square, too. [Journal]

Jeff Sutton and SL Green buy another slice of Midtown retail. [Post]

Tourists! They’ll sleep anywhere, including a Greenpoint industrial building. [Brownstoner]

Mayor, Council Transportation Committee want more traffic light cameras—they were more than a million run red lights! [WNYC,

Kingsbridge in the Bronx is budding again. [Daily News]

Carl Shurz Park makes a star turn in documentary. [DNAinfo]

Taxing bikes to fund transportation? [Streetsblog]

Were you raised in a barn? Yeah! A really nice one! It cost $5 million. [Journal]

Walgreens makes a clever swap in the Empire State Building, picking up space to lure in Observatory tourists. [Post]

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