On the Market: Brooklyn’s Slumlords; Lincoln Square Takes Center Stage; More Zucotti Arrests

NYC has way more sex than anyone, says to very scientific Trojan survey. [Daily News]
Taxi fares officially rising a much-deserved 17 percent. [CapitalNY]
Is this “rusticated” LIC building, inspired by Richard Serra, actually ugly? [Curbed]
Brooklyn’s worst landlords. [Brownstoner]
Columbus Circle/Lincoln Square was not always the height of high-end living. [NY Times]
Red Hook continues to real in new neighbors. [Journal]
People still trying to figure out how to fix Brooklyn’s busted Fourth Avenue. [Brownstoner]
Three more arrests at Zucotti, following Occupy march. [NY Times]
The new New School building gets bronzed. [Curbed]
How about a quirky Lower East Side monopoly board? [Bowery Boogie]
Soho’s Apple store reopens this weekend. [DNAinfo]
Governor Cuomo not moving fast on high-speed rail. [CapitalNY]
If D.C. is any lesson, bikeshare will make more people buy bikes. [ArchPaper]
Two-way Plaza Street bike lanes being installed. [Streetsblog]
City lagging on repairs to yet another housing project. [Daily News]
Bistro replacing Village’s old timey Kenny’s Castaways. [DNAinfo]
Hudson, N.Y., almost as quaint as Brownstone Brooklyn. [Brownstoner]
A dramatic rescue for window washers on 42nd floor of Sixth Avenue tower. [Journal]
Peyton Manning buys a big Denver mansion for $4.6 million. [Curbed]
Bad news: Office leases likely to fall 30 percent this year. [Crain’s]
Defining New York through its pick-up basketball. [NY Times]

On the Market: Brooklyn’s Slumlords; Lincoln Square Takes Center Stage; More Zucotti Arrests