On the Market: Lhota for Mayor; SL Green Buys in the Burg; Saving the Boardwalk from the City

Landlords agree to rent out 2,500 apartments on the cheap to Sandy victims. [Journal]
What to do if you’re pushed on subway tracks? That depends, says MTA. [CapitalNY]
Joe Lhota seriously considering run for mayor. [NY Times]
Group calls for environmental study before boardwalk is replaced. [BK Paper]
“Racist” Dakota lawsuit withdrawn. [Journal]
There goes the Burg: SL Green buys Bedford Avenue building. [Curbed]
Sandy, shmandy: developers still looking to the waterfront. [NY Times]
Hollywood producer Riza Aziz buys $35 M. Park Laurel pad. [Real Deal]
Fifty-story Madison Belvedere sells, and a LEGO flagship on Fifth in 2014. [NY Post]
Starchitect-y 580 Carroll sells out in the Slope. [Brownstoner]
Lawsuit challenges brownstone homeless shelter: 170 people in building for 30? [DNAinfo]
Coney locals want $2 M. spent on schools, not a brighter Parachute Jump. [BK Paper]
The deplorable state of all those sidewalk sheds. [NY Times]
Has a historic Bushwick beauty been turned into a hipster party house? [Brownstoner]
Why were the city’s flood maps so inaccurate? [BK Bureau]
Inwood co-op fights woman over pet dog, which she says is an aid dog. [NY Post]
The ascendancy of landscape architecture. [ArchPaper]
Plastic surgeon sues Macklowe over 737 Park conversion. [Real Deal]
Obama really wants to spend $50 B. on infrastructure, but will Congress let him? [Streetsblog]
1 World Trade Center miniatures are all the rage now in tourist tchotchkes. [Journal]
Should you tip the staff with a pool? Here’s how to set one up. [BrickU]
On a devastated street in Staten Island, little remains. [NY Times]
Jay-Z rides the subway in doc. [Curbed]
Dow Jones editor buys scooter, gets to work in 1/3 the time. [Journal]
Bronx construction worker crushed by refrigeration unit. [NY Post]
Is the Queens MLS stadium really almost “finished”? [CapitalNY]
Drivers are peeved about a possible rise in muni meters. [NY Post]
Madness returns to Dubai. [Journal]