On the Market: Once Grand Bronx Building Is Falling to Pieces; New York Sees Hotel Building Boomlet; Tenant Wins Emotional Damages In Baseless Eviction Suit

Tenants complain that once-grand Bronx building is falling to pieces. [Daily News]
Bushwick bar not only attracts vegans, but also large numbers of video game fanatics. [Bk Paper]
Beyond Holiday Inn: Brooklyn gets slew of boutique hotels. [TRD]
Meanwhile, many Manhattan hotels will be getting makeovers. [NYT]
Irish pub in LIC adopts revolutionary new no-TV policy. [DNAinfo]
Verizon will finally offer wireless coverage in subway stations. [Crain’s]
Gary Barnett sells three floors of Gem Tower to Gemological Institute of America. [TRD]
At least it’s better than a dumpster: architect re-purposes bus into home. [Daily News]
Tenant receives damage for baseless eviction action and landlord’s lawyer must pay up. [WSJ]
Nolita landlord nails tenant for illegal alterations, but not Airbnb violations. [TRD]
Thanks goodness we didn’t actually pave over the Hudson to ease traffic congestion. [AC]
Woman claims that cops pushed her off her bike to give her a ticket. [Gothamist]
So much for jumping to conclusions: Exhibitionist Cobble Hill shower isn’t so showy after all. [NYMag]