On the Market: Bike Shops See Post-Sandy Surge; Red Hook Houses Still Lack Heat and Power; Toxic Floodwaters In Gowanus Cause For Concern

Did Jay-Z buy a generator for his Tribeca building even though he escaped uptown? [Post]
Taxis and livery cabs return to normal rules. [DNAinfo]
Bike shops see booming business in Sandy’s wake. [Bk Eagle]
Gowanus residents should be worried about toxic floodwaters. [NYT]
North Brooklynites demand shuttle buses to replace the L and the G train. [Bk Based]
Marina bar washed up on Brooklyn block, delighting storm-saddened residents. [Post]
The penthouse at 400 Fifth Avenue gets a $2 million staging job. [Daily News]
Fairway flooding puts 300 out of work. [Brownstoner]
Boardwalks and the towns beyond them ravaged by hurricane. [NYT]
Red Hook houses still without heat or electricity. [Post]
A house-by-house survey in the Rockaways and Belle Harbor. [The Real Deal]
Businesses vie for temporary office space. [Crain’s]
Limited PATH train service and the DOT sends in hundreds of buses to ease the New Jersey commute. [WSJ]
Staten Island residents confused by DOB’s colored placards. [DNAinfo]