On the Market: Can Landlords Charge Rent For an Unihabitable Building?; Statue Of Liberty Closed Indefinitely; Gowanus Worries About Flood Residue

Generators and supplies for marathon sat unused in Central Park. [Post]
The Statue of Liberty is closed indefinitely (but the lady herself is fine). [Gothamist]
Anger from outerborough residents who still remain without power. [NYT]
Loss of Red Hook Fairway jobs is a blow to the local economy. [Post]
Living cheek and jowl with a celebrity neighbor. [NYT]
Can landlords charge rent if a building is uninhabitable? [Curbed]
The first thing East Village residents did when the power returned. [NY Mag]
Pockets of Alphabet City and Stuy Town remain without power. [The Local]
Displaced workers set up laptops and cell phones wherever they can. [Businessweek]
Likewise, a handful of Lower Manhattan businesses remain crippled. [WSJ]
Federal aid finally arrives in Coney Island but not everyone is happy. [Bk Paper]
And some of Manhattan’s waterfront buildings may take months to return to use. [NYT]
Boy Scout property sale on Staten Island held up by Sandy. [WSJ]
Brooklyn bars and restaurant watched the money roll in last week. [CNN Money]
Should Gowanus residents be worried about the aftermath of flooding? [Brownstoner]
The past, present and future of waterfront living in New York. [NYT]