On the Market: Nouvel’s Tower Verre Revived with $1 B. in Financing; Crown Heights Retailers Seek Cheaper Rents South of Eastern Parkway; Cross Fit Gym Makes Neighbors Miserable

Financing revives plans for Nouvel’s super skinny skyscraper Tower Verre. [WSJ]
No more Nascar: Staten Island property to get a more modest future. [NYT]
Pulaski Bridge will get a bike lane. [DNAinfo]
Russian model sues Village landlord after second security breach. [Post]
Crown Heights retailers flee south along Franklin in search of cheaper rents. [Crain’s]
Britain is experimenting with an awesome, glowing, self-aware bike path. [AC]
Banksy tags Housing Works oil painting, adds Nazi to pastoral scene. [Gothamist]
Investors look to the Netherlands, other peripheral European markets. [WSJ]
Financial District sees a flood of sales around Fulton transit hub. [Crain’s]
Progress at three downtown Brooklyn developments. [Brownstoner]
Bed-Stuy residents say city changed direction of Taafe Place without warning. [DNAinfo]
Owners of Providence’s “Superman” building look for a public handout. [NYT]
On the waterfront: Luxury real estate rebounds after Sandy. [DNAinfo]
Neighbors say cross fit’s barbell dropping, grunting are making life miserable. [Bk Paper]