On the Market: A Feral Cat Controversy In Washington Heights; Hipsterdom is Inescapable; 1000 Dean Leasing Is Underway

Red Hook’s Sandy recovery has not been going all that well. [Crain’s]
Brokers who work in different neighborhoods wear different clothes. [TRD]
It’s time for another articles on happy couples who chose to live apart. [NYT]
Will all three of Donald Trump’s children succeed him? [WSJ]
Can Airbnb conquer China? [Atlantic Cities]
People really, really like to rent private islands. [NBC]
What does Scott Stringer mean for NYC real estate? [TRD]
Washington Height’s feral cat colonies breed controversy, a few kittens. [Daily News]
Mapping the many changes coming to Harlem’s 125th Street. [Curbed]
Hunter’s Point is actually moving along pretty well in Long Island City. [NYT]
That path between Randall’s Island the Bronx? It might actually get built. [DNAinfo]
There’s basically nothing you can do to avoid looking like a hipster. [NYT]
Fort Lee plot is slated to become mixed-use luxury development. [WSJ]
Tenants at Mr. Brownstoner’s 1000 Dean moving in as soon as this winter. [DNAinfo]
Fort Greene residents have had enough with the incessant filming. [Gothamist]