On the Market: Sony Building’s Billion-Dollar Sale; Buy Coen Brother’s Apt; Recovery in Staten Island

Sony Building sold for $1.1 B to mysterious Joe Chetrit. [Journal]
Oy! After decades on the decline, New York’s Jewish population is rising. [NY Times]
But director Ethan Coen’s Greenwich Village pad for $2.3 M. [Curbed]
It could be three years before South Ferry subway station reopens. [Journal]
Miss America is leaving Brooklyn, but only for the year as she tours the country. [BK Paper]
Surprising signs of recovery in Staten Island. [Journal]
New reality show follows sports stars as they go house hunting. [NY Times]
People are jamming listings in Williamsburg, desperate for a house, any house. [Daily News]
Big real estate continues to lobby for Cuomo. [Journal]
Scenes from last night’s REBNY gala. [Real Deal]
Judge Judy’s Pierre pied a terre is on the market for $9 M. [Curbed]
Meet Samuel Yellin, the kind of Brooklyn ironwork a century ago. [Brownstoner]
Living on Fourth Avenue in Manhattan—all six blocks of it. [Journal]
Inside the Yale Club, would-be landmark. [NY Times]
“Country’s best beer bar” coming to Greenpoint. [Eater]
Fairway set to reopen in March in Red Hook after Sandy. [BK Paper]
An architecture scavenger hunt. [Curbed]
Feds reach deal to pay those with bad foreclosures. [Crain’s]
MTA chief punished for taking home generator during Sandy. [Daily News]
Do you have to let your landlord show your apartment before you move out? You do. [BrickU]
The F train will be running express this weekend (but not making local stops). [BK Paper]
Two new developments wrapping up on Dean Street—like either? [Brownstoner]
Barry Bonds’ Beverly Hills mansion yours for $27 M. [Journal]
The AIA names its honor roll of new buildings for 2012. [ArchPaper]