On the Market: Islanders Traffic Nightmare?; Trump Launching Real Estate Brokerage; Rockaway Bungalows’ Star Turn

Will the Islanders cause more traffic problems for Downtown Brooklyn? [Journal]
Long Islanders shrug off Islanders’ move, and Brooklyn is still Long Island. [News, Times]
Soros daughter selling $29 M. townhouse, Chloë Sevigny not selling apartment. [NY Post]
For good and ill, the Rockaways is getting flooded with visitors. [Daily News]
Among the problems, all those bungalows are disappearing. [Curbed]
Meanwhile, final days for Coney Island’s bumper cars, there since 1972. [BK Paper]
Donald Trump launching real estate brokerage. [Crain’s]
What is it about haunted houses that we hate to love? [NY Times]
Hamptons Home sales are up. [Journal]
An intriguing hotel coming to Chinatown parking lot. [Real Deal]
My Brooklyn looks at gentrification downtown, especially the Fulton Mall. [Brownstoner]
Court Square keeps attracting Manhattan movers. [NY Post]
And a crazy tower coming to Long Island City? [Curbed]
Community board still hates new Seaport sign. [DNAinfo]
Grimaldis opening a pizzeria in Kips Bay. [Crain’s]
A Queens synagogue is restored and reopened. [NY Times]
Pre-Civil War mini townhouse in Fort Greene sold for $850,000. [Curbed]
Neighboring townhouses can add windows overlooking the Frick. [DNAinfo]
At home with Staten Island “mob wife” Big Ang. [NY Post]
And a Staten Island home full of spirit. [Journal]
A cocktail bodega? Yeah, the Lower East Side’s got that. [NY Times]
The history of Astor Place, in pictures. [Curbed]
Housing prices are recovering faster in Republican-leaning states. [Real Deal]