Lunchtime Quick Hits

A lawsuit filed by a group of local commercial property owners threatens to blow a crater in the already potholed road to Philadelphia property-tax reform; PREIT is posed to seal the deal on the keystone of its project to redo the Gallery; The good news, if you can call it that: The home-repair business will pick up in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. The bad news: The new housing construction business will fall off; and since we serve our daily digest of news bites to you at lunchtime, maybe we should serve food with them as well:

Lawsuit seeks to delay Philadelphia property-tax change (Philadelphia Inquirer|Philly.com)
$60m deal for Kmart building on Market Street nearly complete (Philadelphia Inquirer|Philly.com)
Storm damage to housing industry could be far-reaching (Philadelphia Inquirer|Philly.com)
The 21 Best Things to Eat at Reading Terminal Market (Philadelphia)