On the Market: Court Knocks Down Bloomberg’s Plan to Restrict Homeless Aid; High Winds May Stymie Parade Balloons; Park Lane Sale Closes for $660 M.

Court rejects Bloomberg’s bid to impose new restrictions on homeless. [Crain’s]
Tips on entering an affordable housing lottery. [DNAinfo]
Community Board committee approves Two Trees’ Domino plan. [Brownstoner]
High winds could deflate plans for Thanksgiving Day parade balloons. [WSJ]
Which were kind of creepy, kind of cool 80 years ago. [AC]
Malls, wary of mass shootings, find new ways to incorporate security. [NYT]
Witkoff teams up with Hong Kong group to buy the Park Lane for $660 M. [Crain’s]
Luxury rentals Linc LIC open, helping to transform Court Square. [DNAinfo]
And Simon Development Group pays $14 M. for LIC site. [TRD]
Tenants break back into refurbished apartments they were illegally locked out of. [NYDN]
The owner of a Greek diner on 42nd Street and the $10 M. deal he turned down. [NYT]
City channels Sandy funds to revamping infrastructure, to the consternation of homeowners. [WSJ]