On the Market: Occupy Ends With a Whimper; So Does Brooklyn?; SF Worried About Manhattanization

Occupy happened, few noticed, many annoyed. [Journal, Times, News]
Brooklyn Eats Itself: has the borough gotten too cool for its own good? [Atl Cities]
To wit: Greenwood Park beer hall bars kids after 4 p.m., angering parents. [Daily News]
Corcoran star Carrie Chang sells townhouse for $8.8 M., $1 M. below ask. [Real Deal]
Rent Mark Madoff’s suicide loft for $35,000. [NY Post]
If the sky’s the limit, what goes in the perfect green home? [Journal]
San Fransisco worries about becoming Manhattanized. [WNYC]
The reguilded ceiling of the Williamsburgh Savings Bank is gorgeous. [Curbed]
Ditto murals at Harlem Hospital. [NY Times]
Dwell and NY mag launching Manhattan and Brooklyn house tours. [Dwell]
As Lowes Regency renovates, a power breakfast moment of crisis. [NY Times]
Ourousoff makes his post-Times debut, writing on Rem for Smithsonian. [ArchPaper]
MTA chief Joe Lhota’s big pet peeve? Peeling paint. [CapitalNY]
Vito Lopez still practiced machine politics, buying votes with housing. [Brownstoner]
The poshest pads from the Rich Kids of Instagram. [Curbed]
Listings for new apartments are vanishing. [Crain’s]
Recalling the history of Freedomland, a Disney rival in the Bronx. [Journal]
Fisher Brothers buy old Amex building for $150 M. [Real Deal]
Soho and Miami development (and arts) pioneer Tony Goldman dies. [NY Times]
Larry Silverstein’s favorite building is the Seagram’s Building. [Journal]
Another luxury development coming to Avenue D. [NYT Local]
Burg’s Hope Lofts, after years of work near BQE, nearly done. [Brownstoner]
Cool new handicap cabs. [WNYC]
One of Brooklyn’s, and the city’s, oldest churchs is crumbling. [Journal]
Top floors at 492 Fifth, former landlord’s private offices, coming to market. [NY Post]
Google wants to build the world’s best maps. [Atl Cities]
Village bar sued for cancelling gay wedding. [Daily News]

On the Market: Occupy Ends With a Whimper; So Does Brooklyn?; SF Worried About Manhattanization