On the Market: Cleaning Up After the Tornadoes; Duchovny Digs CPW; An Architect’s Unfortunate WW2 Internment

Cleaning up after the weekend’s tornadoes in Queens and Brooklyn. [NY Times]
A rousing tour of 1 WTC and 4 WTC. [ArchPaper]
David Duchovny in contract for 320 Central Park West co-op. [Real Deal]
Gene Kaufman’s fugly Union Square Courtyard Marriott is finished! [Curbed]
And you can buy an East Side Marriott for $350 M. [Journal]
Steve Ross steps aside at Related Companies so Jeff Blau can become CEO. [Real Deal]
Why was a revolutionary Japanese-American architect interned during WWII? [NY Times]
The NYPD gives out more tickets to drunk pedestrians than speeding drivers. [Streetsblog]
Did the neighbors shut down Donna Karan’s West Village studio? [NY Post]
The secrets of finding that first NYC apartment. [NY Times]
Neighbors annoyed that Sutton Place might not open up after all. [DNAinfo]
Big apartment building bound for busy McGuiness Boulevard. [Curbed]
Crazy reptile collection (zoo?) found in man’s Brooklyn apartment. [Daily News]
When Long Island was a hub of modernist design. [Journal]
Huguette Clark’s love affair with Beth Israel hospital. [NY Post]
Lookit this insane artists technicolored apartment. [Curbed]
How is the rebuilding of Eastern Parkway going? [Brownstoner]
Even as mosque in Sheepshead Bay rises, residents are still annoyed. [NY Times]
Maybe because Sheepshead Bay might as well be South Beach. [Crain’s]
Bronx opponents file new lawsuits against Fresh Direct over city subsidies. [Daily News]
Third Ward-run food incubator coming to Brownstoner’s start-up hub. [Real Deal]
Queens church running 99 cent store as non-profit, never paid taxes. [NY Post]
Artist selling sleekly packaged NYC garbage. [Curbed]
Where should Apple open its first Brooklyn store? [BK Paper]
Your landlord has to provide you with a Carbon Monoxide detector. [BrickU]
President Obama vows to protect mortgage deduction tax credit. [Real Deal]

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