On the Market: Composting in Skyscrapers; Raising the Price on Properties That Don’t Sell; Co-op Boards Reject Sale Shoppers

Union Square residents hate IHOP’s bacon smell and the machine to remove it. [Post]
In related news, Kevin Bacon hates the building proposal for W. 82nd Street. [Curbed]
New app makes getting moving estimates easier and more transparent. [NYT]
Bad news Monday: MTA reveals fare-hike proposal today. [Daily News]
Italian brass bands play at Chinese funerals as neighborhoods blend with time. [NYT]
Durst considers adding composting to the list of amenities at the Helena. [DNAinfo]
Shuttered Harlem church will become a community center and condos. [Post]
Bushwick wants to make sure rezoning doesn’t make it the next Williamsburg. [WSJ]
Zones for two popular Park Slope public schools could shrink. [DNAinfo]
Who cares what the seller thinks? Co-op board reject low ball offers. [NYT]
Is another Halloween block party coming to Clinton Hill? [Daily News]
Questionable selling strategies: If at first you don’t sell, try upping the price. [WSJ]
Non-profit squeezes employees into smaller space, seeks to rent out real estate. [Crain’s]