On The Market: Manhattan Dominates U.S. Shopping; Brooklyn Ain’t No Disaster Area; Co-Op City Hates Pets So Much It’s Illegal

The sad case of a Broad Channel bungalow that has been lost to the bay. [NY Times]

HUD is calling out Co-Op City over its apparent unlawfully anti-pet stance. [Daily News]

Another bike tragedy in Williamsburg creates even more calls for even more bike lanes. [BK Paper]

City will screen trucks headed to WTC in a Chelsea lot. [DNAinfo]

Trick or treat! Local preservationists turn NYU into a big purple monster. [Daily News]

Of the Top 10 shopping districts in America, Manhattan is home to four: Madison, Fifth, East 57th Street and Times Square. [Crain’s]

Which means it might be the perfect time to buy up a retail strip in Times Square. [Post]

Apparently, breaking into to boutique commercial development isn’t as easy as it used to be. [Journal]

Peninsula Hospital might be getting out of intensive care itself. [Crain’s]

Hurrricane Irene was just another of hits that seem to keep on comin’ for city trees. [Daily News]

Brooklyn a disaster area? Fughedaboutit. [Brooklyn Eagle]

Hurricane ravages covered bridges upstate [NY Times]

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