On the Market: Brooklyn Is Overrun With Raccoons, Window Washers in Demand, A J. Crew In Williamsburg?

Big glass buildings produce big demand for window washers. [NY Times]
Worker survives 75-foot fall down elevator shaft. [NY Post]
Wythe hotel turns on the roof lights. [Curbed]
Could J.Crew be coming to Williamsburg? [The Real Deal]
Basement of derelict Greenpoint hospital becomes theater. [NY Daily News]
The arena is bad enough, Atlantic Yards neighbors don’t want to host the afterparty. [WSJ]
Housing inventory falls in U.S., indicating that a recovery is really here. [Bloomberg]
Citing lines, Lower East Side ice cream stores crack down on sample hogs. [DNAinfo]
Start-ups thriving at Bronx business incubator in Hunts Point. [NY Daily News]
Volunteer program helps reunite people with lost pets. [NY Daily News]
Brooklyn residents want the city to remove raccoons. [NBC]
Is a hip new cafe on Ditmas Park’s Church Avenue a sign of bigger changes? [Bk Paper]
A Little Free Library pops up in Prospect Heights. [NY Times]

On the Market: Brooklyn Is Overrun With Raccoons, Window Washers in Demand, A J. Crew In Williamsburg?