On the Market: Sandy Thanksgiving at Barclays; SPURA Preparations; City Point’s First Store

After the Storm:
Sellers in Zone A are starting to pull their apartments off the market. [NY Mag]
Half-standing house has become a symbol of the storm. [Journal]
Sink holes are popping up (or is it down?) in the Rockaways. [Daily News]
People did not like Rockaway’s Arverne development, but it still stands. [NY Times]
Downtown condo sued for $35 M. by owners over Sandy woes. [NY Post]
Battered businesses struggle to reopen in Southstreet Seaport. [Journal]
Exploring the mounds of Sandy trash in the Rockaways. [Curbed]
Flooded solar plant on East River still provides power to its battered neighbors. [DNAinfo]
Dunes helped protect Fire Island, but now they are gone. [NY Times]
Barclays Center hosts Thanksgiving for 100 Sandy families. [NY Post]
People having fun as storm hits in Williamsburg video. [Brownstoner]
Much Hurricane Sandy damage is hidden. [Journal]
Sandy uncovered a shipwreck. [NY Post]

Life Goes On:
Schrager/Marriott Madison clocktower hotel will have 355 rooms, open 2015. [NY Post]
An interview with the director of 16 Acres, new ground zero documentary. [Real Deal]
NYC EDC is preparing SPURA for its big launch. [ArchPaper]
Developers stave off condo and co-op tax hike by just not paying it. [Crain’s]
Architects want to transform neglected Bronx train depot by Cass Gilbert. [Daily News]
WiFi for 30 new subway stations delayed until next year because of Sandy. [Journal]
Maira Kalman does some lovely drawings of Four Freedoms Park. [New Yorker]
Thor selling a huge downtown Brooklyn development site. [Real Deal]
City Point has its first open store, Armani Exchange. [Brownstoner]
Is Worldwide Plaza no longer for sale? [Crain’s]
The Bronx finally gets a public ice rink, after being last borough without. [Daily News]
Meanwhile, Ruben Diaz Jr. really wants a Kingsbridge skating complex. [Daily News]
Has Governor Cuomo really taken charge of the MTA? [Streetsblog]
MoMA hosts a garage sale like only it could. [NY Times]
More on Governors Island’s new, bubbly Figment pavilion. [ArchPaper]
Queens so Brooklyn: Boro might soon get its first food co-op. [DNAinfo]
Pols and community groups prepared to sue city over UES trash station. [NY Post]
What’s the deal with lot-line windows? [BrickU]
Finally, Burger King will start delivering in Manhattan… [Daily News]