The Closing: Earthquake Aftermath; New Funding for Moynihan Station; The Cuozz Prays for Chelsea Hotel’s Chorizo

Yesterday’s earthquake might have done some as-yet unforeseen damage to some of the city’s mid-century skyscrapers. [WNYC via The Real Deal]

$450 million in new federal money signals a healthy turn in the saga to build Moynihan Station. [Inhabit]

Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Atlantic Ave entrance is about to get spiffed up.  [Brownstoner]

Steve Cuozzo is praying over the endangered El  Quijote restaurant, hoping against hope that its chorizo can survive the Chelsea Hotel reno. [Post]

City searching for developer to construct “winter bubble” at Brooklyn Bridge Park [Crain's]

Apparently, after they filed for their first residential tower at Atlantic Yards, the folks over at Forest City Ratner went out and bought some shiny new windows for their shiny new arena [Curbed]

The Financial District is learning to live without those big banks around [Crain's]