On the Market: Gowanus Flood Waters Full of Sewage, Not Toxic Waste; Occupy Targets 15 CPW; MTA Won’t Give Sandy Refunds

Will someone really pay $25 m. for a Park Slope mansion that needs work? [WSJ]
Bellevue will be (mostly) closed until February. [DNAinfo]
Red Hook’s Added Value farm starts the process of rebuilding. [OffMetro]
Good news! Gowanus flooding brought sewage, but not toxic waste. [NY Mag]
DOE releases revised plan for Park Slope school rezoning. [Brownstoner]
Support group for West Villagers “traumatized” by Sandy power outages. [VV]
Of course, many people remain with out services, and increasingly, without hope. [NYT]
Like the cold, rent-striking, residents of LES’s Knickerbocker Village. [DNAinfo]
The LA home where Michael Jackson died sells for $18.1 million. [WSJ]
Does no one like Marble House? Luxury listing slashes price again. [The Real Deal]
Occupy Wall Street moves camp, takes aim at 15 CPW. [West Side Rag]
Relief workers inundated with excessive clothing donations. [Brooklyn Daily]
A renters’ guide to the Upper East Side. [Curbed]
MTA will not offer refunds for unlimited card holders stymied by Sandy shutdowns. [NYT]