On the Market: Siblings Move In Together; A Peek Inside Jay McInerney’s Village Penthouse; Birth Control for Subway Rats

Contemplating buyouts, Staten Island homeowners express both relief and melancholy. [NYT]
So much for River House’s renaissance. Even the young’uns are fleeing. [Curbed]
Penthouse at 279 CPW sells at a discount after 2 years on the market. [NYT]
UES building wants to evict “dangerous” dog of elderly man with AIDS and cancer. [DNAinfo]
Is birth control the answer to cutting the subway’s rat population? [WSJ]
Yet another model turned broker. (What does that say about brokers?) [TRD]
Siblings share more than parents; sometimes they also share apartments! [NYT]
The battle over Pier 40 continues as Durst proposes commercial complex. [Curbed]
Look inside Jay McInerney’s Greenwich Village penthouse. [Architectural Digest]
Michael Stern hopes to capitalize on success of Walker Tower with First Ave. condo. [WSJ]
Forget Sea Boxes. Some New Yorkers already live in shipping containers! [DNAinfo]
Fairway is finally open again in Red Hook. [Brownstoner]
Residents from 66 Pearl sue landlords over failure to prepare for Sandy. [TRD] 
Neighbors claim that Bowery mega-club claimed it would be a bakery with soft jazz. [Post]
Mary-Louise Parker is still trying to sell her Village Duplex. [Curbed]
Brooklyn may be getting another community garden. In Greenpoint. [Brownstoner]
Brooklyn the place, Brooklyn the concept and what Boerum Hill was like in the 1980s. [Esquire]