On the Market: Wall Street Weighing Us Down; Mitt Under Water; Downtown Developer Down

The changing shape of homeless families—they’ve got smartphones, too. [NY Times]
Will a shrinking Wall Street be bad for Manhattan landlords? [Journal]
And the bankers are passing on our housing, too. [Crain’s]
Want a seat? Study finds Friday’s a slow day for M.T.A. [Daily News]
Brownstoner has a developer blog for much-watched Strong Place townhouses. [Brownstoner]
Mitt Romney does not want to help underwater homeowners. [Journal]
Coney Island guy can’t keep store, so he’ll just move the whole damn thing. [Curbed]
Hip developer swooped into stressed sites, now in trouble himself. [Crain’s]
The storied Oak Room will not be coming back to a rebooted Algonquin. [NY Post]
Buy it with the black card! The fabulous American Express carriage house. [Real Deal]
Prospect-Lefferts Gardens is the latest “no longer secret” neighborhood. [Journal]
Moving madness: companies fight for turf. [Crain’s]
American Airlines bankruptcy has a twist: Larry Silverstein’s long-time lawsuit. [Journal]
Two townhouse brokers go into the wind power business. [Real Deal]
The world  loves One57, where the cheapest apartment is $7 million! [NY Times, Daily News]

On the Market: Wall Street Weighing Us Down; Mitt Under Water; Downtown Developer Down