On the Market: Did Sandy Swamp Bike Share?; A Disaster Christmas Tree; One57 Crane Photos

After the Storm:
Did Sandy damage the bike share bikes in storage at the Brooklyn Navy Yards? [NY Times]
Brad Lander wants Gowanus Lighthouse development to wait after storm. [Brownstoner]
P.S.1 director Klaus Bisenbach leads a Rockaways rebuilding movement. [NY Times]
Schumer and Gilibrand request $1 B. to fast track waterfront infrastructure. [Journal]
And Christie wants the feds to help rebuild the beaches. [Journal]
A “disaster Christmas tree” will greet Obama in Staten Island. [NY Post]
Park Slope grieves the loss of alternate side parking post-Sandy. [Daily News]
Lower East Side renters without power will get a rent refund after all. [DNAinfo]
Power is good, heat would be better. [Journal]
Visiting utility workers forced into tent cities, too. They seem to enjoy it. [NY Times]
It’ll still be weeks before the R train resumes. [Daily News]
Mortgage applications are up, probably from rebuilding, and rates are down. [Real Deal]

Goes On:
The Lower East Side’s 1,000 hotel rooms will triple in next few years. [Lo-Down]
Inside Eugene Murman’s Park Slope duplex. [NY Post]
Terrifying photos of the One57 crane all twisted and crumpled. [Curbed]
There’s radiation in Ridgewood, and almost nobody knows about it. [CapitalNY]
City gets federal funding for complete B44 BRT line. [Streetsblog]
Standard Hotel manager fired for giving birth in a 15th floor room. [NY Post]
Soho’s 111 Mercer gets waiver on hated artist-in-residence requirement. [Real Deal]
Civic groups opposing plan to turn Queens trestle into the new High line. [DNAinfo]
What the Fiscal Cliff could rob from cities’ coffers. [Atl Cities]
George Soros’ ex-wife bought a $22.5 M. townhouse on East 70th. [NY Post]
Corcoran launches a new web site. [Real Deal]
Park Slope is not all vegan hippies and hipsters. [BrickU]
Inside the new Bleecker Street light installation. [ArchPaper]
Old photos of Stuy Town. [Curbed]
The Rudins launch an affordable housing clinic in the Village. [DNAinfo]
After Related took over, 225 Rector is half sold. [Real Deal]
Crazy renter locks out ex-roommate, demands months of rent for moving out. [Curbed]
Pols and activists demand no fare hikes. [Streetsblog]
The Zecekndorfs talk 18 Gramercy South. [NY Post]