On the Market: MTA Service Hikes Delayed; MiMA Struck by Lightning; Last Stanhope Spread Sells

Maybe the new Coney Island ain’t so bad. [NY Times]
Not just restored service, MTA has saved enough to delay fare hikes. [NY Post]
Brooklyn cyclist hit with retaliatory ticket from cop, has video to prove it. [Daily News]
What’s it like to be one of New York’s few female developers? [Real Deal]
Software trouble is delaying the Citi Bike rollout. [Streetsblog]
Final Stanhope sponsor unit sells for $27.4 million, after $30 million ask. [Real Deal]
City’s affordable housing plan now 85 percent complete. [Crain’s]
Dumbo debates changes to its open space. [DNAinfo]
HOLY CRAP! Lightning strikes MiMA. [Curbed]
Slope’s starchitect-y 580 Carroll comes back to market again. [Brownstoner]
Woman shops for pied a terre even before she leaves New York. [NY Times]
The new Enterprise paddock is pretty nice. [NY Post, Journal]
SQUAWK! Escaped parakeet takes refuge in Williamsburg park. [BK Paper]
Fake tree artwork comes to Brooklyn Bridge Park. [Curbed]
Megabus hub will move all the way over to 11th Avenue—ouch! [DNAinfo]
Brooklyn rail depot reopens in Sunset Park, improving capacity. [NY Times]
Double-digit rental increases in Brooklyn. [Brownstoner]
College Point, Queens, sorta hot. [Journal]
New York summers sixty years ago. [Curbed]
Photographer sues Times Square vendor for ripping off picture on tschokes. [NY Post]
What more can be done about parking minimums in Downtown Brooklyn? [ArchPaper]
The “gilded bandwagon” has people asking more, and getting it. [NY Times]

On the Market: MTA Service Hikes Delayed; MiMA Struck by Lightning; Last Stanhope Spread Sells