On the Market: Finally, Edge-y Retail; Occupy Atlantic Yards; Bloomberg Won’t Spend the Night at Gracie Mansion

USS New York, navy ship made with WTC steel, sets sail on maiden voyage. [Daily News]
Huge grocery store, restaurant, bike shop finally filling out Burg Edge’s retail. [Journal]
AIDS Memorial designs go on display today. [DNAinfo]
Douglaston, Queens, ditches numbered streets for old-timey names. [NY Times]
Occupy Wall Street descends on Atlantic Yards. [Brownstoner]
A younger Chris Quinn would have occupied. [NY Post]
Diana Taylor wants to spend the night at Gracie Mansion, mayor refuses. [Journal]
Bronx residents in derelict rentals want to own their homes, fix them up. [Daily News]
Another look at the Stanhope’s glorious $30 million last unit. [Curbed]
Crumpling Kate’s Papiere: $7 million rent suit on 57th Street. [Real Deal]
C-Train getting all new cars, replacing the oldest trains in service. [Journal]
Meanwhile, MTA considers adding glass doors to subway platforms. [WNYC]
Home prices unexpectedly slide. [Real Deal]
Melvyn Kaufman, “oddball” developer dies. [NY Times]
A Hilton Garden Inn will be going up on the last derelict spot on 42nd Street. [NY Post]
A traditionalist defends Frank Gehry’s Eisenhower memorial. [ArchPaper]

On the Market: Finally, Edge-y Retail; Occupy Atlantic Yards; Bloomberg Won’t Spend the Night at Gracie Mansion