On the Market: Cipriani Gets Newsstand Moved Down the Street; No Pets In Real Estate Photos; Does Everyone Hate Bike Share Racks?

Loving the idea of bike share, hating the racks. [NYT]
Meanwhile, Brooklynites stock up on aesthetically-appealing bikes. [Bk Paper]
Want to start co-working in Brooklyn? [DNAinfo]
Hedge funds are betting on Fannie and Freddie. [WSJ]
Cipriani Wall Street gets newsstand moved down the street. [Post]
Abingdon penthouse sells for $22 million. [TRD]
A look back at Brooklyn’s automobile industry. [Brownstoner]
Keep the pet out of the picture when you’re trying to sell a house. [WSJ]
Locals agitate to have Fort Greene “dust bowl” astro-turfed over. [DNAinfo]
One Hanson Place penthouse returns to the market for $3.6 million. [Curbed]
POPS! A new plaza opens by the entrance to the Holland Tunnel. [Crain’s]
New York spends about $95,000 a year on body bags. [NYT]
Larry Silverstein gets another shot at super-luxury hotel-condo in Lower Manhattan. [WSJ]

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