On the Market: Remembering 9/11, Praying for the WTC; Jaguar Loose in the Hamptons; Truman Triplex on Park

Scenes from the memorial service. [Times, Journal, News, Post]
Mayor Giuliani’s proud and sad memories. [NY Post]
Politicians speak up on 9/11. [NY Times]
Stories from the faithful. [Journal]
Long live the Tribute in Light. [Daily News]
Son’s car has not moved since 9/11/01. [NY Post]
A video of progress at the World Trade Center. [ArchPaper]
What opens when at the World Trade Center. [DNAinfo]
Firefighter visits 397 national parks, ends quest yesterday at Lady Liberty. [Daily News]
How should we cover the ongoing 9/11 anniversaries? [NY Times]

Inside the collapsed Fort Greene project that killed one. [Brownstoner, Post]
Contractor of collapsed project was overseeing too many, city says. [Daily News]
New York is not working fast enough to protect against sea level rise. [NY Times]
There is a jaguar on the loose in the Hamptons. [NY Post]
Famous designers, including Lord Foster and SOM, reimagine Grand Central. [DNAinfo]
Triplex—triplex!—at 830 Park Avenue, once belonging to Trumans, wants $13 M. [Journal]
Gretsch Building penthouse yours for $4.75 M. (a ‘Burg record?). [Curbed]
What’s the value of a stoop? [NY Times]
Carlyle and Extell made to put $5 M. in escrow for Rushmore suit. [Real Deal]
Doorman caught stealing jewelry and cash from his ritzy tenants. [NY Post]
Planned Fifth Avenue boutique looks like it is on an acid trip. [Racked]
Pfizer site in Broadway Triangle sold to private developer. [Real Deal]
East River Ferry services continues to gain in popularity. [NY Times]
RFR buying 285 Madison for $190 M. [Crain’s]
Why isn’t New York using oysters to clean up the harbor? [Atl Cities]
Astoria public plaza gets crucial community board vote tonight. [Streetsblog]
Frozen poo leaks from planes landing in Queens. [Queens Crap]
The Real Deal goes golfing. [Real Deal]
Big time real estate firms replacing mom-and-pops in buying foreclosed homes. [Journal]
Lehman Brothers is in no hurry to sell off the remains of its real estate. [NY Times]