On the Market: Williamsburg’s Insane Decade; MLS in Citi Field?; All Aboard the Yachtmansion

An opus on the rebuilding of Lower Manhattan after Sandy. [CapitalNY]
Streetscapist Christopher Gray reveals his favorite buildings. [NY Times]
The Upper West Side is the city’s most rat-infested neighborhood. [NY Post]
Also, maybe, the happiest? [MyUWS]
NYCHA is not making good on its sustainability promises. [NY Times]
These crazy boathouses look more like yachtmansions. [Journal]
Donate to help make these cool sidewalk shed chairs real. [Curbed]
Holy crap prices in Williamsburg have risen 174% in the past eight years. [Brownstoner]
Weird Turkish bagels want to conquer Manhattan. [Crain's]
A-listers like Blake Lively and Gwenyth Paltrow checking out Walker Tower. [Daily News]
Charles Bronfman’s architect ex-wife buys $4 M. home on East 67th Street. [Real Deal]
Lenox Lounge may reopen around the corner in Harlem. [DNAinfo]
The awesome new graphics behind Myrtle Avenue’s street trees. [Journal]
Plans for Flatbush Avenue building have been downsized from 21 stories to 12. [Brownstoner]
Wilpons lobby for MLS to put Queens team in Citi Field. [Daily News]
More than $400 M. was donated for Sandy relief. [Crain's]
Eleventh Avenue becomes city’s new, ritzy automobile row. [Journal]
Will Avis ruin your ZipCar membership? [Streetsblog]
Finding an apartment where making music will fly. [NY Times]
Street-side parks approved near Holland Tunnel. [DNAinfo]
The year in transit highs and lows. [CapitalNY]
What the brokers at Halstead properties are wearing. [Journal]
Preservationists honor neighborhood groups fighting the good fight. [Daily News]
A just ridiculous Williamsburg townhouse renovation for a young artist. [NY Times]
Inside Brian Stelter and Jamie Shupak’s stylish apartment. [HuffPo]
Mega buyer Ziel Feldman buys UES landmark apartments for $150 M. [Journal]
The beast composters for city dwellers. [NY Times]