On the Market: Wolf to Meet With Williamsburg Hipsters; Soon, There Will Be No Place to Wash Your Clothes in the East Village; State’s Brownfield Program Favors Developers Over the Environment

New York subway map gets the Super Mario treatment. [Gothamist]
Sales of Manhattan retail space see a third quarter resurgence. [Crain’s]
All-cash buyers from overseas prop up Miami’s once-ailing condo market. [WSJ]
But is the boomlet being fueled by foreigners laundering money? [AC]
Wolf to visit Williamsburg hipsters during documentary screening. [Bk Paper]
Speaking of hipsters: Bed-Stuy’s Daily Press coffee expands to Williamsburg. [Brownstoner]
Suddenly visible, two shuttered subway stations provide glimpses into city’s past. [NYT]
Ice cold: Prospect Park’s new skating rink slated to open Dec. 20. [NYDN]
Kent Swig drops lawsuit against JP Morgan for sale of 90 Broad. [TRD]
Thor Equities continues Soho shopping spree, buys $16.8 M. retail condo. [TRD]
Check out the stripey, 28-story condo tower coming to West 28th Street. [Curbed]
The East Village is losing all its laundromats and dry cleaners, but at least there’s dessert! [EVGrieve]
Developers, not the environment, are biggest beneficiaries of Brownfield program. [CNY]
Penn South moves to evict tenant after he rents out enclosed terrace to tourists. [NYT]
Condo developer buys on Bond Street, plans to destroy stretch’s last shred of charm. [Crain’s]