On the Market: Tavern Bids Are in, Are Boring; Fixing Delancy Street; Moving Horror Stories

World Trade Center builder James Endler dies. [NY Times]
Ron Burkle closes on the Soho House for $80 million. [Real Deal]
How did OWS manage to dupe 20 subway stations and chain gates open? [NY Post]
City Council must vote on Gowanus Whole Foods and fate of landmark. [Journal]
Two bidders for Tavern, most ditch “casual” plan, including Trump. [NY Times]
Comparing two first-time-buyer apartments. [Curbed]
Rego Park in Queens has its growing pains. [Journal]
Dishwashers go from luxury to necessity. [NY Times]
French diet guru buys another unit at Yorkville condo tower. [Real Deal]
Safety improvements approved for Delancy Street. [Streetsblog]
Inside a huge Williamsburg warehouse conversion. [Brownstoner]
City water rates rise once again, up 7 percent. [Daily News]
Port Authority approves pay cuts, creates new security boss position. [Journal, WNYC]
Contractors to finally get paid at ground zero. [Crain’s]
Mixed-income co-ops on Atlantic Avenue sells out. [Brownstoner]
Moving horror stories. [Curbed]
The worst loading zone in Brooklyn, on Fourth Avenue, is finally fixed. [BK Paper]
City wants to boost waterfront workforce. [Journal]
Two convicted in Ratner Yonkers corruption suit. [NY Times]
In London, politician fight to see who’s more bike friendly. [Streetsblog]

On the Market: Tavern Bids Are in, Are Boring; Fixing Delancy Street; Moving Horror Stories