On the Market: Amazon Eyes Huge NY Expansion; How About a Bar Car in G Train? A Huge Sandy Discount On a Swanky Condo

Man uses Hurricane Sandy to demand huge discount on Meier’s Perry Street condo. [Post]
UES neighbors terrified that fashion truck could lead to other mobile vendors. [DNAinfo]
Stodgy Manhattanites buy Dumbo loft, feel certain that area is “on the rise.” [NYT]
Post fawns over Bruce Ratner for taking a blind ex-slave watch a game at his arena. [Post]
Once upon a time, the state wanted to save Long Island College Hospital. [Bk Paper]
Astoria residents worry that narrow bike lanes in park will lead to collisions. [DNAinfo]
Amazon is looking to triple, or even quintuple, its Manhattan office space. [WSJ]
Inspiration for the coming era of micro apartments. [NYT]
Beverly Hills Carlyle wants Candy Spelling to leave. Now. [Forbes]
Bed-Stuy affordable housing project on Franklin Avenue is a go. [Brownstoner]
The G train revamping would do well with a bar car and leather recliners. [FiPS]
Rockrose Development seeking beer halls, music venues, hot clubs in LIC. [DNAinfo]
Gentrification alert! Soho House wants to move to the LES. [Lo-Down]
Couches: analyzing them, championing them, making them over on the cheap. [NYT]
Meet the (grand) pianist of Washington Square Park. [Atlantic Cities]
Fashion guru Derek Lam lists Soho loft for $6 million. [TRD]
RXR Realty Chairman Scott Reihcler is also a Port Authority commissioner. [Bloomberg]
Vintage apartment ad hawks East New York complex “mere miles from JFK.” [Curbed]