On the Market: Howard Lorber Lists Southampton Mansion for $18.5 M.; Citi Bike Wins Its Second Lawsuit; Occult-themed Cafe Opens in Astoria

Daily News finally moves back to Lower Manhattan, a year after Sandy. [Capital]
Deal reached to build Staten Island Ferris wheel, outlet mall. [Crain’s]
Meanwhile, Woodbury Common begins its three-year, $170 M. renovation. [WSJ]
Howard Lorber lists Southampton mansion for $18.5 million. [TRD]
Start-up to offer remodeling insurance for homeowners. [Brownstoner]
Couple considers a house in Canarsie, but goes with a Bed-Stuy co-op instead. [NYT]
Virginia Dare, food flavoring company, re-signs for 10th decade at Industry City. [Crain’s]
Shingle-style mansion outside of Boston boasts a yard with Fenway Park sod. [WSJ]
Citi Bike wins its second suit, this one brought by a grouchy Village co-op. [Post]
DDG to pay $70 M. for Muss-owned development site on UES. [TRD]
Check out the seven-story building that will replace Mary Help of Christians church. [Curbed]
Rocketship design nixed for Flatbush Avenue condo, normal tower planned. [Brownstoner]
Occult-themed cafe opens in Astoria (and it’s not just for Halloween). [DNAinfo]
Cobble Hill building ending its beloved tradition of impaled Jack O’ Lanterns. [LC]
Depressing: interactive map highlights New York’s changing property values. [Gothamist]

On the Market: Howard Lorber Lists Southampton Mansion for $18.5 M.; Citi Bike Wins Its Second Lawsuit; Occult-themed Cafe Opens in Astoria