On the Market: Rudin St. Vincent’s Plan Approved; Occupy the Subways; Storming Tudor City

St. Vincent’s development gets thumbs up from City Council, only one no-vote. [DNAinfo]
Inside Don Draper’s “new” (for season 5) UES apartment. [NY Times]
The secrets of subletting your apartment. [Curbed]
Occupy Wall Street punks the subways, opening gates for free fares. [BK Paper, NY Post]
Port Authority to slash staffer’s bonuses. [Journal]
Monaco has the world’s most expensive real estate. [Real Deal]
REBNY and crane union at odds over new regulations. [Crain’s]
City council overrides parking shame sticker veto. [NY Times]
Neighbors rage over proposal for Tudor City public plaza and its trashy impact. [DNAinfo]
Dueling $20 million penthouses on North Moore Street. [Curbed]
DJ Victor Calderone loves him some Dumbo. [NY Post]
Condos are going down-market again, ditching the amenities for simplicity. [Journal]
A fight rages in Washington over cutting homeowners underwater loans. [Real Deal]
Michelle de la Uz, huge housing advocate, named to planning commission. [AY Report]
Green codes boost city’s conservation future. [Crain’s]
Which bathroom renovations are actually worth it, part II. [NY Times]
A fancy affordable housing complex for Williamsburg. [Brownstoner]
New York was just as hectic in the 1920s as it is today. [ArchPaper]
Furniture goes digital. [NY Times]

Article continues below
More from Politics
BERLIN, GERMANY - DECEMBER 07:  A protester holds a placard showing a portrait of Russian President Vladimir Putin altered to look like Adolph Hitler during a demostration to  demand an end to Russian aerial bombing of the Syrian city of Aleppo in front of the Russian Embassy on December 7, 2016 in Berlin, Germany. The Russian military is supporting Syrian government military forces fighting rebels in Aleppo with aerials bombardments that, according to independent observers, has resulted in the heavy loss of civilian lives.
Putin’s Balkan Terror Plot Exposed