On the Market: Back of the Black Hat Bus; Green Infrastructure Prevents Brown Water; A Taxi Medallion Bubble?

Segregation? Oy! Orthodox bus between Williamsburg and Boro Park in trouble for forcing women to the back of the bus. [NY Times, NY Post]

More on the Gap’s shrinking footprint in Manhattan. [Crain’s]

Landmarks oppose proposed Bond Street addition. [Curbed]

Meanwhile pols oppose already built East Village addition. [DNAinfo]

Bushwick’s Cooper Park finally gets renovations—and all it took was a little gentrification. [BK Paper]

City spending $2.4 billion in “green infrastructure” to cut down on—ewwww—sewer runoff. [NYTimes]

Help name a Long Island City park. [Daily News]

A look at the new Meadowlands race track. [RE Weekly]

Occupy Wall Street stole Woolworth building’s snotty “no tourists” sign. [Karrie Jacobs via Curbed]

Suspect South Slope sex fiend released. [BK Paper]

Taxi medallions almost as expensive as Manhattan apartments! Two sell for $1 million a piece. [NY Times]

Finally! A luxury yurt, and it only costs $75,000. [Daily News]

Eat stone soup on the High Line! [High Line Blog] On the Market: Back of the Black Hat Bus; Green Infrastructure Prevents Brown Water; A Taxi Medallion Bubble?