On the Market: Gowanus Whole Foods Switcheroo; Patties Not Whacked; “Broken Windows” for Bike Tickets

Killer crane operator was very suspicious, almost jailed before. [Daily News, Post]
A counter proposal for Whole Foods Gowanus, and a vote. [Brownstoner, Times]
Queens development site comes with 75 East Side apartments thrown in! [Crain’s]
A wild waterfront plan for West Harlem. [Curbed]
FastTrack is shutting down too many lines, and cheaper off-hours buses. [WNYC, Post]
Broker Dennis Mangone not intimidated by his celebrity clients. [Real Deal]
Brooklyn patty shop saved from greedy landlord. [BK Paper]
A stylish Chelsea home from typical model-turned-DJ. [Curbed]
At home with a glamor puss. [Journal]
Fannie and Freddie selling homes with caveat they go rental. [Real Deal]
Too big to evict: NYCHA can’t downsize 55,000 tenants in too-big apartments. [NY Post]
City adding 200 Bronx apartments to anti-slum program. [Daily News]
A “broken windows” policy for bicycle violations? Or, can you scare ’em straight? [NY Times]
The 10 narrowest homes in New York. [Curbed]
Will higher gas prices hurt President Obama’s reelection? [WNYC]

On the Market: Gowanus Whole Foods Switcheroo; Patties Not Whacked; “Broken Windows” for Bike Tickets