On the Market: No More Bodegas?; WTC Bonanza; Oprah Flips Out of Manhattan

The end of the bodega (and Bodega Week) as we know it. [Curbed]
The Occupiers have returned to Zucotti Park. [Journal]
1 World Trade Center about to surpass Empire State Building as city’s tallest structure. [Daily News]
Meanwhile, Larry Silverstein refis 7 WTC as it becomes a surprising success. [Journal]
And concerns about the location of the WTC police command. [NY Times]
Finally, a fight over 9/11 museum payments hurts contractors. [Crain’s]
Big parking problems for Atlantic Yards. [Brownstoner]
Coney Island guy Jerry Albert dies. [Amusing the Zillions/Curbed]
Oprah flips East Side apartment she never lived in to British financier. [NY Post]
“Ghosts of the Celtic Tiger” litter Midtown. [NY Times]
CIM scores another project. [Real Deal]
Lenny Kravitz’ Crosby Street penthouse is back on the market for $18 million. [Curbed]
Tudor City may not be what it once was, but those penthouse studios still soar. [Journal]
A rare Manhattan wood-framed home comes on the market on East 53rd Street. [Daily News]
The hottest comedy club in town is in a Long Island City Mexican joint. [NY Times]
Want a quiet neighborhood? Follow the children. [BrickU]
New exhibit Baghdad architecture before and after Sadaam. [ArchPaper]

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