On the Market: Woody Allen’s ‘Radio Days’ House Survived Sandy; Layoffs At the Statue of Liberty; Danish Anthropologists Study Bushwick Gentrification

Red Hook residents blame Russell Crowe for ongoing film delays. [Post]
The city’s own data shows that Trump Soho violates zoning. [GVSHP]
New York should buy seawalls without the help of the Feds. [Bloomberg]
New York’s gated beach enclaves open up to receive storm aid. [NYT]
UWS woman tries her hand at online matchmaking. [DNAinfo]
400 laid off at Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty. [Crain’s]
Danish anthropologists visit Bushwick to learn about gentrification. [Bushwick Daily]
Even with FEMA cash, finding a new place in Brooklyn is hard. [Daily News]
The MTA’s wish list of Post-Sandy improvements. [WSJ]
Red Hook public housing residents wants more NYCHA concessions. [DNAinfo]
Architectural plans for a Brooklyn block made of gingerbread! [Curbed]
Woody Allen’s Radio Days house in the Rockaways survived Sandy. [NYT]
And Barclays’ rusty coat has already stained the sidewalk orange. [NYT]
Related lines up financing for 139-unit tower at 529 W. 29th St. [WSJ]