The Closing:

Brookfield bowed to political pressure to keep Zuccotti open to protestors. [Politicker NY]

Inside Aby Rosen’s exclusive Core Club. [Departures]

Landlord gets to sell Beatles memorabilia to recoup money owed by deadbeat Ansonia tenant. [Real Deal]

Wall Street bankers turned cabbies, posting resumes in the back of their taxis. [NY Times]

Gentrification Watch: Parks Slope’s beloved Al Di La expanding to Crown Heights. [Brownstoner]

The next time you visit an open house, the furniture may be fake. [Daily News]

Harlem’s Lennox Towers fighting to get new complex built. [Crain’s]

Stores filling up condos—as in apartments, not retail spaces. [Real Deal]

A brownstone with extra flourish in Bed-Stuy. [Brownstoner]

The sounds of autumn in Innwood Park. [NY Times]

Inside Ian Schrager’s new Chicago hotel. [ArchPaper]

The Closing: