On the Market: Taxi Cabs Simplify Light System; Storm Reveals Sewage System Flaws; Hopes for South Street Seaport Sink Post-Sandy

Storm exposes flaws in New York’s ailing sewage system. [NYT]
The Standard ice rink reopens beneath the High Line. [The Standard]
Health department demands answers from zebra owner. [Post]
Where are they now? Residents displaced by Atlantic Yards dish. [Daily News]
Artists distribute fake parking tickets to get drivers’ attention. [Bk Paper]
Horsepower! Inside a Fort Greene carriage house conversion. [Business Insider]
Taxi cabs will simplify their lighting system. [Post]
Hopes and plans for South Street Seaport are sinking after Sandy. [WSJ]
Author of Babar books prefers to keep his UES apartment monochromatic. [NYT]
Searching for Daniel Craig’s East Village apartment. [Daily Mail]
The gilded age mansions of New York. [The Real Deal]
Momofuku’s David Chang on what home means to a chef. [WSJ]
The rise of the condo. [Atlantic Cities]