On the Market: Greek Neo-Nazis in Astoria?; Micro-Apartments Disciminate; Park Slope Says Cluck You

Mayor’s micro-apartments ignore big, poor families. [NY Times]
Are Greek “Nazis” taking over Astoria? [Queens Crap, Daily News]
Dozens—yes, dozens!—of NYU students hold protest parade against 2031 plan. [NY1]
City’s $1.5 B. investment in parks has led to landscape design firms blossoming. [Crain’s]
Another loss for the Yankees: parking lot headed for bankruptcy. [NY Times]
Calvin Klein’s old CPW duplex back on the market for $35 M. [Curbed]
Park Slope community garden pisses off neighbors by building chicken coop. [Daily News]
How Jeff Blau became Related’s new boss man. [Real Deal]
After four years, Bed-Stuy church finally becoming 48 apartments. [Brownstoner]
Tribeca landlord launches $20,000 lawsuit over painting of apartment. [NY Post]
Two new eateries coming to Brooklyn Bridge Park, one fancy, one takeout. [BK Paper]
The making of La Marina, uptown’s unlikely cove. [Journal]
Forget townhouses, big development projects are now king in BK Heights. [NY Times]
Big Crown Heights development underway. [Curbed]
Turning Times Square into a giant art installation. [CapitalNY]
Lower Manhattan’s population continues to boom. [NY Times]
Staten Island will probably be “nicer” once the giant wheel and mall open. [Crain’s]
Big brewery coming to the Williamsburg waterfront. [Brownstoner]
Memorial Sloan-Kettering selling Gramercy complex, could net 400 apartments. [Journal]
Where better to host your furniture collection than inside Beekman Court? [Daily News]
The base subway fare is likely to go up up. [NY Post]
And the ‘No Token’ stickers are likely to go away. [Daily News]
Inside the awesome Explorers Club. [NY Times]
The real secret to Grand Central’s success is at street level. [Streetsblog]
Gansevoort Park wants $5 M. to let neighbor access construction site. [Real Deal]
The Bialystoker nursing home tries to become a landmark yet again. [NY Post]
Don’t worry, Carroll Gardens homeless shelter will have sufficient security. [DNAinfo]
Forget the debate! Tune into Curbed’s 666 Park twitterfest tonight. [Curbed]
First world problems: People think Park Avenue Halloween decor is too much. [NY Times]