On the Market: Supermarket Crackdown; Alls Quiet on the Mosque Front; Atlantic Yards Still Infested

Party on: the State Supreme Court has denied Southampton’s request for an injunction against two “party houses.” [Patch]

Thank God! Protests over mosques around N.Y.C. have died down. [NY Times]

Sunset Park school building is on the market for $4 million. [The Real Deal]

Pols want to turn Brooklyn’s old Fort Hamilton into a local security hub. [Brownstoner]

Yorkville butcher shop is a favorite spot for residents, including Dominic Chianese. [NY Times]

The mechanics of the 9/11 memorial. [Curbed NY]

The city is cracking down on supermarkets after inspections turned up consumer protection violations at about 60 percent of stores. [NY Times]

The Atlantic Yards rat problem persists. [Brownstoner]

More hype for the steampunk home. [NY Daily News]

New York home sales tumble, but prices stay steady. [Crain’s]

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