On the Market: De Blasio Neglects to Disclose Rental Income; Greedy Trophy Apartments Take a Hit; Kimmelman Gushes Over Prospect Park’s Lakeside

De Blasio failed to disclose rental income on second Park Slope home. [Crain’s]
The suburbs are become more bicycle friendly. [AC]
Podiatrist to the stars sells Park Avenue maisonette. [Post]
Condos rented out during downturn return to the sales market. [WSJ]
Not so shiny after all: New York’s trophy apartments take multi-million dollar cuts. [NYT]
Toys R Us loses bid to reclaim $10 M. in rent on Times Square store. [Law360]
Barclays attracts glitz, but is lagging $50 million behind its annual income projections. [WSJ]
MTA considers free-flowing, accordion-style doors on subways of the future. [NYT]
Real estate interests pressure Garodnick to back Midtown East rezoning. [Crain’s]
Spooky Coney Island ride makes a return after terrifying Hurricane Sandy damage. [WSJ]
An “us vs. them” divide rises up between artists and longtime residents in Bushwick. [DNAinfo]
Kimmelman praises Prospect Park’s Lakeside “a reimagination of Brooklyn’s pastoral heart.” [NYT]