On the Market: Not Excatly a Business Boom Around Barclays; NYCHA Plans Layoffs; Dolly Lenz Departs Douglas Elliman

Some people are using Citibike for spinning (why not just bike?). [NYT]
Barclays brings a few new customers to nearby businesses. [WSJ]
New Bay Ridge massage parlors stoke fears of prostitution. [Bk Paper]
Dolly Lenz is leaving Douglas Elliman—but where is she going? [TRD]
A happy ending: Story House condo sells out. [Curbed]
The carriage houses of Brooklyn Heights. [Brownstoner]
Hasidic women complain that there’s no guarantee of a female lifeguard. [DNAinfo]
New York City beaches get sharp new signs after Sandy. [Atlantic Cities]
Florida billionaire Jeff Greene is planning two Manhattan condo projects. [TRD]
McCarren Park tennis courts to get heated bubbles in the winter. [DNAinfo]
We all scream for ice cream: the frozen yogurt invasion of Astoria. [Daily News]
Firefighters rescue trapped firefigthers dangling outside of Hearst Tower. [Post]
NYCHA plans layoffs and senior, community center closures in response to sequester. [WSJ]

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