On the Market: No More No Honking Signs; Park Slope’s Seedy Underbelly; Regime Change at Forest City Ratner

Bruce Ratner hands over the reigns of Forest City Ratner to MaryAnne Gilmartin. [Crain’s]
But not before getting yet another tax break for the company. [Daily News]
Six facts about window washing in New York. [Curbed]
Number of homes in businesses flood maps nearly double. [WSJ]
California mansion trades for $117.5 million, the biggest deal in state history. [Business Insider]
Trump brokerage makes first-ever sale in a non-Trump building. [TRD]
City throws up its hands, removes completely ignored signs banning honking. [NYT]
State considers contractors to build a new Kosciuszko Bridge. [Daily News]
Passenger steps in to stop runaway bus after driver passes out. [Post]
Rockaway bungalows designated as state historic landmarks. [WSJ]
Others are cutting their losses, selling Sandy-battered properties as-is. [NYT]
Long Island Rail ridership surges some 300 percent on nights of Barclays events. [NY1]
Public hearings on plans to fund the Hudson River Park with an improvement district. [DNAinfo]
Barnes & Nobles closing hundreds of stores, will NYC’s 13 be among them? [Crain’s]
Police say that Park Slope beauty salon was doubling as a gambling den. [DNAinfo]
Record breaker Courtney Sale Ross wants $75 million for Hamptons estate. [Post]

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