On the Market: What’s Old is New Again; Brooklynites Grow Weary of Being Cool; Coney Island Will Remain Amusing

Prices are falling at the Pierre; a triplex penthouse can now be had for a mere $95 million. [NYDN]
A starry night is discovered beneath a layer of grime in a Brooklyn Heights church. [NYT]
Park Ave. doormen offer no-longer-surprising news about tenants’ holiday tipping habits. [NYP]
Upper East-siders rely on Landmarks to preserve their views. [DNAinfo]
Have any 18th-century furniture on hand? Here is the man to restore it. [WSJ]
Donald Trump antagonizes Douglas Durst via Twitter. Mr. Durst remains stoic. [NYP]
Alicia Glen, de Blasio housing czar, prefers good-sized buildings to very large projects. [Crain's]
Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff has no great love for business school. [WSJ]
BK Heights, evidently tired of being a “hot zone,” wins request for filming moratorium. [BK Eagle]
Should we look to Switzerland for more efficient trains? [Next City]
Rejoice! Deno’s Wonder Wheel Park is here to stay. [BK Daily]
New Yorkers grow angry with traffic-related pedestrian deaths. [AC]