On the Market: Sandy Hit the Poorest the Hardest; Brooklyn Navy Yard Celebrates a Milestone; An Aluminum Chocolate Factory

Sandy hit renters and poor New Yorkers the hardest. [Crain’s]
DOT seeks to improve pedestrian, cyclist access to Bronx River Greenway. [Streetsblog]
City’s soft drink ban may complicate morning coffee orders. [NYT]
Sony wants Mary Ann Tighe to help it find a new home. [Post]
Brooklyn Navy Yard reaches milestone with massive renovation planned for Building 77. [WSJ]
Will bringing LIRR trains to Grand Central cost way more than we expected? [Post]
Karl Fischer’s 373 Wythe Avenue is hideous and ready to launch. [Brownstoner]
Knickerbocker Village residents won’t be getting any FEMA benefits. [The Lo-Down]
Is Walmart giving up on New York, or just taking a break? [NYT]
An aluminum redesign for Soho’s chocolate factory. [Curbed]
Rushing to sell before the New Year may not have been so financially savvy after all. [WSJ]

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