On the Market: Coyotes in Freshkills Park; Manhattan Beach Is Brooklyn’s Most Expensive Nabe; Haunted Mansion for Sale on Staten Island

Coyotes roam Freshkills Park. [Freshkills Park blog, NYT]
Photo exhibit showcases the basements of Washington Heights and Inwood. [DNAinfo]
Developers think Phoenix dirt is more valuable than a Frank Lloyd Wright house. [NYT]
Want to buy a real haunted house on Staten Island? (It even looks haunted!) [WSJ]
Spying on Williamsburg hipsters. [Buzzfeed]
Coney Island boardwalk preservationists get a scolding in court. [Post]
With so many dog amenities, how about something for the cats? [Curbed]
No frost yet, but Bryant Park ice rink opens tomorrow. [DNAinfo]
After renovation, writer Alexander McCall Smith finds that he misses his builders. [WSJ]
Forget Park Slope, Manhattan Beach is Brooklyn’s priciest neighborhood. [Daily News]
Brooklyn is the most generous borough, civic engagement study reveals. [Brownstoner]
Writer remembers Park Slope in the days before it was overrun with yuppies. [Daily News]
Settlement ends lawsuit over hot climbing domes in Brooklyn Bridge Park. [NYT]