On the Market: D-Day for Sandy Aid; Paul Rudolph’s Penthouse for Sale; Jersey City v.s. Williamsburg

The Geography of U.S. gun violence. [Atl Cities]
Newtown is your typical Connecticut small town. [Atl Cities]
NYC GOP donors demand House back $60 M. Sandy aid package. [Journal]
Meanwhile, local delegation says it is D-Day for funding to pass. [CapitalNY]
Red Hook Lobster Pound decides to expand anyway, Sandy be damned. [NY Times]
Rockaways residents pack community meeting. [Daily News]
How social media saved some trips just after Sandy. [NY Times]
The Hampton’s deer problem. [Journal]
Paul Rudolph’s Beekman penthouse, Royal Tennenbaum set, for $27.5 M. [ArchPaper]
Is Jersey City really better than Williamsburg? These days, probably. [BrickU]
Two Trees and Field Ops ask locals what they want in Domino open space. [Brownstoner]
Incentives are back, and the market is maybe not as rosy as it seems. [NY Times]
Walker Tower penthouse in contract for $34 M. [Curbed]
The oddities of the Manhattan Mall. [Journal]
New MLS stadium could replace unloved World Fair fountain. [DNAinfo]
Meanwhile, a dispute over the redevelopment of the U.S. Tennis Center. [Crain’s]
A tight market makes it harder to trade up to a two-bedroom. [NY Times]
Donald Trump is on a golf course buying spree. [NY Post]
Controversial Queens sculpture Civic Virtue finally moves to Brooklyn. [Daily News]
New ped plaza coming to South Williamsburg, meeting on it tonight. [Streetsblog]
Dyker Heights is home to more than just garish Christmas displays. [Journal]
Blaming Sandy and lawsuits, FreshDirect downsizes new Bronx HQ. [Crain’s]
Buy Snapple president’s UES townhouse for $7.5 M. [Curbed]
Broker who owned  pricey pads headed to jail for cheating on rent control apt. [NY Post]
Lots of interest in redeveloping Central Park North gas station. [Real Deal]
Red Hook cartographer wants signs marking off evacuation zones. [DNAinfo]
Queens reconsiders its High Line ambitions after Hurricane Sandy. [Crain’s]
The Mark Hotel, a celeb-filled conversion on the UES. [Daily News]
A driving school becomes a Haitan dance hall by night in Brooklyn. [NY Times]
Staten Island barge leaks oil into harbor. [NY Post]
Interview fashion director Fabien Baron sells Soho loft for $7.5 M. [Real Deal]
Some crazy minimalist, skyline-inspired bookshelves. [NY Times]
Two pedestrians killed outside Barcalys Center, one by street sweeper. [Daily News]
Patsy Grimaldi opened his new Dumbo pizzeria yesterday. [BK Paper]
The winners of the Curbed Cup first round. [Curbed]

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