On the Market: Co-ops Aren’t Eligible for FEMA Aid; Ichiro Suzuki Rents Harlem Penthouse; Mermaid Parade Is In Danger of Cancellation

Yankees outfielder Ichiro Suzuki rents $23,500 a month penthouse on Central Park. [Post]
Subway delays were up 10 percent in 2012, even before Sandy struck. [NYT]
Downtown’s secret, secluded church gardens. [Ephemeral NY]
City seeks developers for next phase of Hunter’s Point. [Crain’s]
Coney Island Mermaid Parade is in danger of being cancelled this year. [Daily News]
Town claims that former development chief Reid Price breached contract. [TRD]
Many Bronx residents are spending more than half their income on rent. [Daily News]
Spicy chorizo ice cream and cornbread milkshakes are coming to Williamsburg. [DNAinfo]
Bike share will ban riders who weigh more than 260 pounds for “safety’s sake.” [Post]
New Yorkers are angry that under federal law co-ops are not eligible for FEMA aid. [NYT]
City sues owner of historic home for letting it fall into disrepair, blaming it on Sandy. [DNAinfo]
Brownstoner Queens to launch later this month. [Brownstoner]