On the Market: City Pledges to Fix Falling-Apart Rockaway Bathrooms; The Bellicose Nature of Architectural Renderings; A McMansion Building Boom In the Hamptons

Short supply and high demand cause prices for commercial condos to spike. [Crain’s]
Rotting deer carcasses and makeshift bowling alleys: true apartment horror stories. [AC]
City plans extensive repairs for expensive, 3-month-old Rockaway beach bathrooms. [DNAinfo]
UWS woman builds leaky, makeshift sunroom, sues co-op to keep it. [Post]
Real estate warfare, played out via architectural renderings. [NYT]
Mapping the 17 residential projects coming soon to FiDi. [Curbed]
Rich people are spending more money on fancy pools these days. [WSJ]
Hell’s Kitchen rental tries to lure tenants with free breakfast, cannibal restaurant. [Daily News]
Queens landlord indicted for charging rent on building legally deemed uninhabitable. [DNAinfo]
St. Luke’s Hospital sets up complex long-term land-lease for residential tower. [Crain’s]
Also in hospital news, Bed-Stuy’s Interfaith awaits judge’s okay to close. [Bk Paper]
Hunters Point South waterfront park opens in Queens, boasts urban beach. [WSJ]
McMansions are back! The Hamptons are just as rich and tacky as they always were. [NYT]
While homelessness remains at record highs in NY, it is declining on a national level. [AC]
Bank forecloses on O.J. Simpson’s South Florida mansion. [Post]