On the Market: Barclays Center Crowds Not Catastrophic; Brooklyn’s Hipster Rush Hour is 1 A.M.; Foreign Investors Aim To Get Rich Buying U.S. Rentals

Fears about the opening of the Barclays Center were greatly exaggerated. [NYT]
A photo essay on the Roosevelt Island denizens who will be displaced by Cornell. [Gothamist]
Empty lot on Stanton Street will blossom into a community garden. [The Local]
The L train is as busy at 1 a.m. as it is at rush hour, thanks to night owl hipsters. [Bk Paper]
Beer distributor pulls up stakes in Greenpoint, moves to the Bronx. [Bk Paper]
Illustrator takes on the many lovely windows of New York. [Curbed]
Self-storage facilities are now the hottest commercial properties. [WSJ]
Steve Cuozzo thinks preservationists are behaving like idiots over Midtown East. [Post]
Mary J. Bilge allegedly behind on rent for fancy pad at the Ashley. [Daily News]
Gershwin kin’s is selling their $4.65 million CPW apartment. [TRD]
Carroll Gardens moms congregate for food, conversation. [DNAinfo]
Williamsburg lofts are going like very expensive hotcakes. [Daily News]
Lower Manhattan buildings have mostly re-opened, after millions in repairs. [NYT]
Long Island City lacks amenities (outside of the luxury condos, that is). [DNAinfo]
Red Hook rebuilds after Sandy, but the streets are quiet. [NYT]
Foreign investors and funds look to get rich by buying and renting houses in U.S. [WSJ]
Brooklyn’s most valuable house finds yet another buyer. [Curbed]