On the Market: Will the Middle Class Be Forced From the Coast?; Parachute Jump Gets More Bling; Fort Greene Development Pushes Forward

Storm costs could destroy middle-class coastal enclaves. [NYT]
Brooklyn condo prices nudge into Manhattan territory. [Post]
A resilient tunnel plug might save the subway in the next hurricane. [Village Voice]
Brooklyn developer wants to use toxic sludge to expand shipping terminal. [DNAinfo]
Controversial Park Slope school rezoning passes. [NYT]
G train commuters want a free transfer. [Bk Paper]
Parachute jump outfitted with ‘blingy’ LED lights that cost city $2 m. [Post]
Number of stalled NY construction sites is rising. [The Real Deal]
City plan to develop Fort Greene/downtown cultural district moves forward. [WSJ]
Watch a zebra and miniature pony running away on Staten Island. [DNAinfo]
Judge issues vacate order to Carroll Gardens homeless shelter. [Brownstoner]
Direct train service to the Rockaways not expected until summer 2013. [NY1]

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