On the Market: How Can Brookfield Clean Up After OWS?; Zombie Safe Houses; Grading City Parks

Where’s the retribution? Banks get a pass on foreclosure settlement. [NY Times]

Dwell meets Walking Dead: architects create zany zombie safe houses. [ArchPaper]

The long road ahead for Brookfield at Zucotti Park. [Crain’s]

Did you know the Lever House plaza closed over the weekend? And all so it could stay open the rest of the year. [NY Times]

Give us our Section 8 vouchers, or else! [Real Deal]

Turning the city into an obstacle course. [Daily News]

Chelsea Hotel losing an unusual tattoo parlor. [NY Times]

Even if the water’s toxic, Greenpoint will be getting its new Newtown creek boathouse. [BK Paper]

The misery of parking in Downtown Brooklyn. [Curbed]

Transforming a Bed-Stuy housing projects from dangerous to desirable. [Daily News]

Most city parks earn a very respectable B grade in new report card. [NY Times]

The new Park Slope? How about Bay Ridge. [Journal]

And why not? Brooklyn rents continue to go up-up-up. [Brownstoner]

Pricey building violations afflict city’s houses of worship. [Daily News]

On the Market: How Can Brookfield Clean Up After OWS?; Zombie Safe Houses; Grading City Parks