On The Market: ‘Occupy’ Lincoln Center?; Brookfield Big on Downtown; Ferry Service Finally a Hit

It’s down to Cornell and Stanford in the race to build a graduate school on Roosevelt Island. [NY Times]

Protestors or not, Brookfield is doubling down downtown. [Journal]

East Siders still bashing Related over playground grab. [DNAinfo]

“Occupy Brooklyn” was a bit sparsely attended, but they proudly got Beep Marty Markowitz to show (but don’t ruin it by telling them that he goes to everything). [Brooklyn Paper]

Is “Occupy Lincoln Center” next? [NY Post]

New study shows that if you’re flying into the NYC area, you’ll be getting in later than you would anywhere else. [NY Post]

Is the safe choice the right choice for new MTA head honcho? [Daily News]

They said it would never wok, but the new state of East River ferries are proving “them” wrong. [NY Times]

How Larry Silverstein landed his last lease at 7 World Trade Center [Journal]

Now that’s art! Recreating the stench of 1861 Greenpoint. [Brooklyn Paper]

Building an AIDS memorial in Greenwich Village. [NY Times]

Rent cop cracks down on phony subletters. [NY Post]