On the Market: Two Storms in Two Weeks; Tent Cities Spring Up; Baby Hulk Graffiti

After the Storms:
And now a fucking Nor’easter. [NY Times, Post]
Some 55,000 lose power as result of Nor’easter. [DNAinfo]
New Jerseyans forced into giant tent city at racetrack. [Journal]
Coney Island institution Cha Cha’s may leave after sever storm damage. [BK Daily]
Developers question wisdom of putting generators on the roof, post-Sandy. [Real Deal]
How about goethermial as a good storm power back-up? [NY Times]
Much public housing is still dark. [Journal]
And yet night clubs got their power back, and the parties resumed. [NY Times]
Even when there were no subways, taxi ridership fell in storm. [Daily News]
How Battery Park City bounced back so fast from Sandy. [NY Post]
National Guard convoy blows through Chinatown, elderly woman killed. [Streetsblog]
Riverkeeper finds Gowanus is fetid after storm, Newtown Creek merely gross. [PMFA]
Occupy Sandy came to Redhook’s rescue faster than the Red Cross. [Brownstoner]
Some East Village buildings still without power. [NY Post]
Residents of FiDi’s 2 Gold are ready to hang their terrible management co. [Curbed]
Uptowners spared by the storms pitch in. [Daily News]
Dumbo’s River Cafe is ruined by rising river. [Brownstoner]
Can G train disruptions help make the case for a bike lane on the Pulaski? [Streetsblog]
Fire Island was not spared Sandy’s wrath. [Journal]
Making room for neighbors and friends after Sandy. [NY Times]
But don’t let those on the couch take advantage of you. [Brick U]
Trees, many of them ancient, were a big Sandy victim, too. [NY Times]
Commercial brokers pitch in to help their clients recover from Sandy fallout. [Journal]
After Sandy, who still wants to live on the waterfront? [BrickU]
Sandy proves Concrete boardwalk a terrible idea? [BK Paper]

Life as Usual:
East New York gets a lovely new community on a former brownfield. [ArchPaper]
FLaNK and Carlyle developing hotel-condo project in Downtown Brooklyn. [Crain’s]
Off Baby Hulk, Aziz Ansari Man graffiti appears on Mulberry Street. [Curbed]
Inwood is getting the nightlife it always wanted—but also the headaches. [Journal]
Coalition wants a bike-friendly Flatbush. [Streetsblog]
Be Jay-Z and Bethany Frankel’s Tribeca neighbor, as loft gets price cut. [NY Post]
Buy a Staten Island Jesuit 10-acre estate for $16 M. [Real Deal]
Giant London Terrace penthouse sells for $6 M. [Curbed]