On the Market: Related To Ban Smoking In All Rentals; Reality Star Broker Investigated For Doctoring Photos; America’s Mansion Supply Is Dwindling

E gads! A woman sustained minor injuries on a Citibike. [DNAinfo]
How Superstorm Sandy will reshape the building code. [Crain’s]
A changed neighborhood houses two architectural retail gems. [NYT]
Housing group presses New York’s next mayor to make affordable housing gains. [WSJ]
Ben & Jerry’s to create city-inspired ice cream flavors. [Atlantic Cities]
Manhattan broker investigated for photoshopping townhouse photos. [Post]
Related to ban smoking in all apartments nationwide. [NYT]
Williamsburg community board to fight boozy barbershop. [Gothamist]
Neither cars nor bikes flock to Barclays, arena-goers favor public transport. [NYT]
Thor Equities is also going on a buying spree in Chicago. [Bloomberg]
Midtown South office leasing tightens, but Downtown lags. [TRD]
Mansion supply dwindles in America’s wealthiest towns. [CNBC]
Meditation is becoming more mainstream in New York. [DNAinfo]
Now renters are unable to find a $2,800 a month two-bedroom in Greenpoint? [Brownstoner]
Storage companies focus on increasingly lucrative Manhattan market. [TRD]
Neo-traditional affordable housing rises in Bed-Stuy. [Brownstoner]
Daily News claims that Coney Island is attracting “hip” chains. Like Applebees. [Daily News]
MTA awards $208 million contract to complete the first phase of Second Ave. subway. [Crain’s]
Fed paper revives debate about taking over underwater mortgages via eminent domain. [Bloomberg]