On the Market: Coney Concretewalk Approved; Times Square Plaza Delayed; Goldman Donates to Sandy Housing

Judge approves Coney Island concretewalk, despite Sandy woes. [Post, BK Paper]
Big developers must work with small landlords to create Midtown East towers. [Real Deal]
Months of delays for Times Square plaza transformation. [DNAinfo]
Cuozzo’s 2013: Wall Street contracts, “Midtown” grows, downton flounders. [NY Post]
Fire Island, split in two, gives clues to Sandy’s power. [NY Times]
Goldman Sachs donating $1.4 M. to mayor’s storm recovery to support housing. [Crain’s]
The R train will resume through-service to Brooklyn on Friday. [Journal]
But the A train won’t be fixed until the spring. [WNYC]
David Schwimmer’s East Village townhouse renovations revealed. [Curbed]
Boardwalk’s beloved Cha Cha’s vows it will return after storm. [BK Paper]
Shrinking inventory could mean skyrocketing housing prices in 2013. [DNAinfo]
A poet and the destruction of her family’s bungalow during the storm. [NY Times]
What should the city do to protect mass transit from the next storm? [Streetsblog]
What’s gonna happen to Fort Greene’s popular Fowler Square? [Brownstoner]
Don’t burn the Sandy-downed trees! A waste of money and risk to health. [BK Paper]
Meet the three families who build most of the city’s rooftop water tanks. [NY Times]
Watch JSK and other transit chiefs debate top issues. [Streetsblog]
Has Coney’s exclusive Sea Gate neighborhood been destroyed? [City Limits]
Maybe the best annoyed-neighbor pot letter. [Curbed]
Weird sculpture pops up on Brooklyn street sign. [Brownstoner]
A Hampton’s home that’s rural yet extra-chic. [Journal]
Ever heard of Midwood, Brooklyn? [Brownstoner]
Black architects complain of being left out of Columbia Manhattan designs. [DNAinfo]
Lots of work to do in Hoboken fixing waterfront road. [Journal]
Zaha Hadid designing first North American tower in Miami. [Real Deal]The top 10 wonky books of 2012. [Planetizen]