On the Market: Who Wants To Live Near Trump’s Golf Course?; Jersey Shore Still a Mess; Developer Defeats Farmers Market

Inside Paper mag mainstay Mickey Boardman’s madcap apartment. [NY Times]
Teachers will spend $1 B. from pension to help invest in storm infrastructure. [NY Post]
Different opinions, and prices, in Throgs Neck, home to new Trump golf course. [Journal]
At least Sandy will mean more work for the real estate industry. [Real Deal]
Trying to figure out why Steve Cuozzo hates bikes so much. [Streetsblog]
Six weeks later, the Jersey Shore is still a mess. [NY Times]
Marty Markowitz wants to bring an MLS team to Brooklyn. [NY Post]
Why not beautify the West Side Highway by covering it with ivy? [Curbed]
Brooklyn’s transportation wish list. [CapitalNY]
Developer gets community board to eject farmers market. [DNAinfo]
Weighing in on Charles Gwathmey’s final project. [Real Deal]
Embezzler’s West Village manse is yours for $19 M. [Curbed]
Red Hook needs more than just FEMA’s money. [City Limits]
Cool “Funderpass” coming to Atlantic Avenue BQE crossing. [ArchPaper]
When a broker calls an apartment “luxurious,” is it really true? [Curbed]
What’s the real cost of riding the subway, here and elsewhere. [NY Times]
John Liu stopping Taxi of Tomorrow because it’s not handicap accessible. [Daily News]
St. George, Staten Island, finally getting a supermarket. [DNAinfo]
The Met is using capital bonds, $100 M. of them, to fix up the opera house. [Journal]
But who should design the Philharmonic at Lincoln Center? [Bloomberg]
Beware the holiday energy scammer. [BrickU]
A nifty light-up Manhattan ceiling map. [ArchPaper]
City Council mulls bill to force slumlords to pay for city fixes to their buildings. [Daily News]