On the Market: Williamsburg’s Videology Adds Booze; 2 Gold Street Residents File Class-Action Suit; the Mansions of South Brooklyn

Neighbors fed up with town cars and limos idling around Barclays. [Bk Paper]
Deciding whether buildings will be demolished or salvaged in Queens. [NYT]
Sandy opens a growing divide between the east and west sides of Lower Manhattan. [WSJ]
Old LES to new LES: it’s not a frat party or your parents’ Conn. backyard. [EV Grieve]
Fifth Avenue rents are crazy expensive. [WSJ]
The new route of the Macy’s Day parade. [DNAinfo]
Rental joint Videology makes new bid to stay alive: alcohol. [Bk Paper]
The mansions of South Brooklyn [The Real Deal]
Do not ask your doorman for a co-op board recommendation. [Brick Underground]
The church where Edith Wharton’s bad marriage began. [Lost City]
Residents of 2 Gold Street file a class-action suit. [Curbed]
Sandy damaged and destroyed NYPD evidence at storage centers. [Post]

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