On the Market: Freezing Tent Cities and FEMA Trailers; Red Hook Without Fairway; Rescuing the Subway Map

After the Storm:
Hallejujah! Warm weather expected this weekend. [Daily News]
Homeless are freezing in tent cities. [Journal]
FEMA rolling out hundreds of mobile homes for those without shelter. [AP/Crain’s]
And there are some ridiculous apartments available on AirBnB for free. [BrickU]
Meier’s Perry Street loftsflooded out for six months, including Calvin Klein. [NY Post]
NYCHA rushing to get power back to 11 crippled projects by weekend. [Daily News]
The herculean effort to restore the MTA. [NY Times]
And how the MTA resuscitated the subway map. [WNYC]
About 350 ConEd steam customers are back, about half of all of them. [NY Post]
Mortgage companies making inspections after storms, possibly invalidating sales. [BrickU]
With Fairway closed, surrounding Red Hook stores worry about the future. [NY Times]
Meanwhile, Dumbo begins its recovery. [Journal]
Touring Brooklyn’s five hardest-hit neighborhoods. [Daily News]
Staten Island residents vow to rebuild. [NY Post]
Sweeping the bike lanes after the snowstorm. [Streetsblog]
Daily News reporter sorts through wreckage of Broad Channel childhood home. [News]
The Queens-Midtown Tunnel reopens, Battery tunnel only one left to open. [NY Post]
Cute! A raccoon camped out in a Queens library during the storm. [DNAinfo]

Life as Usual:
Baroque—there are gargoyles!—Riverside Drive townhouse asking $40 M. [NY Times]
Protest planned for massive Greenpoint waterfront development. [Curbed]
Cartoonist Jules Feifer is ditching the city, selling UWS co-op for $4.3 M. [NY mag]
A creepy replica Rikers prison cell is built in Soho plaza as art installation. [Curbed]
President Romney would have reshaped the mortgage and housing landscape. [Real Deal]
When mom guilts you into buying a bigger home for the family. [NY Times]
Lovely! Interior designer selling UES co-op for $18 M. [Curbed]
Atlantic Yards jobs nonprofit BUILD shuts down. [AY Report]
MTA hosts video fare hike session, two people show up to complain. [NY Post]
The lovely, if hidden, East Side Settlement House, right smack on the FDR. [NY Times]
The Geography of James Bond. [Atl Cities]
Michael Jackson’s last home sells for $18.1 M. [Journal]