On The Market: Moinian’s Million Move; Flat Tire for Food Trucks?; Stuck on Jim Stuckey

Joe Moinian selling a million-square-foot development site on 42nd Street. [NY Post]

Are upcoming foodie fests in Queens and Brooklyn ingenious economic stimulators? [Daily News]

Meanwhile, a coming crackdown on food trucks. [NY Post]

Actually, we’ll be out of power in five years if we close Indian Point. [NY Times]

Everything old is new again as art galleries return to SoHo. [Journal]

Arguments over the size of that new school on West 15th Street are definitely not cooling off. [DNAinfo]

Does Jamaica, Queens, really need free parking to compete? [Daily News]

Jim Stuckey, NYU real estate dean and old Ratner flack, steps down from Design Commission over harrassment charges. [AY Report]

Yet another plan to prop up the mortgage market. [Journal]

What’s up? Washington Heights. [Daily News]

More progress on gypsy cab plan. [NY Post]

On The Market: Moinian’s Million Move; Flat Tire for Food Trucks?; Stuck on Jim Stuckey