On the Market: Families, Brooklynites, Photographers, Mets Remember 9/11; Superfund Cleanup Pollutes?

Watch the 9/11 anniversary live. [NY Post]
This year, it is only families and friends at ground zero, no politicos. [Daily News]
The Times reminds us all of the awesome package they made last year. [NY Times]
BK Heights Promenade has become a memorial for Brooklynites. [Daily News]
Mets visit 9/11 Memorial, David Wright meets firefighters. [Daily News, Post]
Rebuilding the World Trade Center has seriously drained other Port projects. [Journal]
An new look at the park coming to the 130 Liberty site. [ArchPaper]
Recalling the attacks through the eyes of photographers. [Daily News]
‘Mementos of NYC’s Missing Limbs.’ [Atl Cities]
Congress will recognize 50 cancers in Zadroga deal. [Crain’s]

The architectural debuts of the fall. [NY Times]
Fat lawsuits coming to troubled On Prospect Park. [NY Post]
More on Ratner’s modular plans, and the failed promises of the project. [Crain’s, Journal]
Newtown Creek Superfund cleanup may help water but it’s dirtying the air. [DNAinfo]
Toren grocery store finally opens after two-year wait. [BK Paper, Brownstoner]
With such a tight rental market, landlords sure can be jerks. [Real Deal]
Nolitan hotel, totally overbuilt in wrong materials, begs forgiveness. [Bowery Boogie]
Novogratz townhouse on Avenue A asking $12.8 M. [Journal]
Five apartments for gross chef Guy Fieri, who just opened first restaurant. [Curbed]
Fixing Brooklyn’s Park Avenue after the BQE ruined it decades ago. [Streetsblog]
Hello Living tackles its biggest development yet, in Crown Heights. [Brownstoner]
Crane boss, cleared of wrong doing, wants his 119 giant ball bearings back. [NY Post]
Huge Hell’s Kitchen affordable housing project now accepting applications. [DNAinfo]
Metrocards turned into $550 deck of playing cards. [Curbed]
A look at the New Museum’s nifty new copper building. [ArchPaper]|
Ben and Jerry’s coming to Times Square. [Real Deal]
Coney Island concretewalk lawsuit coming next month. [Amusing the Zillions]
Beloved Bay Ridge bowling alley may be replaced by housing development. [NY Post]
What if courts toss out the MTA tax? Huge price jumps for commuters. [CapitalNY]
Amtrak on track for record ridership. [WNYC]

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