On the Market: Developer Hopes to Profit from Upscale Military Barracks; Long Island City Townhouse Selling for $3 M.; City Island Will Get a Futuristic New Bridge and It’s Not Happy About It

Is rent regulation partially responsible for Manhattan’s disappearing lower classes? [NYT]
Developer offers posher alternative to military barracks, with the lofty rents to match. [WSJ]
Tennis center expansion is basically a terrible deal for Queens and Flushing Meadows park. [Crain’s]
See how Citibikes are used with an interactive map. [O’Reilly Radar]
The 10 best-selling buildings for the first half of 2013. [Curbed]
In case you’ve been having a hard time selling your apartment in even this market. [DNAinfo]
Brookfield Management overshoots fundraising goal for new global real estate fund. [WSJ]
The Daily News thinks that we’ve gone too far with all the landmarking. [Daily News]
Long Island City townhouse is poised to sell for more than $3 million. [Q’Brownstoner]
Roughing it: Brooklynites camp on Williamsburg rooftops for outdoorsy cred. [Bk Paper]
Ironic pitches: Luxury condos boast about being in “America’s original bohemian enclave.” [EV Grieve]
Sinatra Family wanrs to know why it’s taking so long to put a Frank statue in Times Square. [Gothamist]
Things locals hate: futuristic cable-stayed bridge will replace City Island’s swing bridge. [Daily News]
Brooklyn’s River Cafe and Manhattan’s Water Club finally back on feet after Sandy. [Crain’s]