On the Market: Architectural Renderings Are Sexier Than Reality; Tourists Are to Blame for Staten Island Ferry’s Tardiness; Toll Brothers Pays $150 M. for Flatiron Development Site

Chelsea Clinton’s husband sells Grand Madison apartment for $4.75 million. [TRD]
Condos get serious about storm-proofing post-Sandy. [WSJ]
Douglas Elliman’s Kathryn Bregman lists her own Park Avenue co-op for $18 million. [Curbed]
When architecture doesn’t measure up to its sexy renderings. [Atlantic Cities]
Millennium Partners plan to sell Battery Park Ritz-Carlton. [TRD]
A year after Sandy, hundreds of New Yorkers face eviction from their hotels. [NYT]
Rumor has it that Jonathan Safran Foer wants to cash out of his brownstone for $15 M. [FiPS]
Tourists are to blame for the Staten Island ferry’s tardiness. [S.I. Live]
Bed-Stuy block plagued with fire, floods and rats. [DNAinfo]
U.S. home prices are on the rise, but boo hoo, gains are only moderate. [WSJ]
Owners of Bunny Mellon’s impeccable UES townhouse are trying for a garish $46 million. [Curbed]
JDS Development tries to sweeten Murray Hill condo towers with public park. [DNAinfo]
Toll Brothers snap up Flatiron District development site for $150 million. [TRD]
A Bushwick native on her “deep hot anger” over gentrification. [Gothamist]