On the Market: Hoarder Homes Do Fine In New York’s Overheated Market; Growing Calls to Legalize Granny Flats; Does Mandatory Inclusionary Zoning Work?

Superior Ink has enjoyed a very brisk week in sales. [NYT]
Norman Foster-designed 50 U.N. Plaza will have $100 penthouse with sky pool. [Post]
Man savors wheel of brie on rush-hour subway, grosses out commuters. [Gothamist]
Dilapidated hipster party boat in Newtown Creek gets shutdown by FDNY. [DNAinfo]
People have no compunction about buying the home of a hoarder. [NYT]
Non-profit lists High Line-adjacent property, hoping for a $45 M. cash-out. [Crain’s]
Baltimore’s last porno theater is auctioned off, will remain an adults-only venue. [AC]
Not a prayer: West Harlem church’s low-income housing is in hellish shape. [Post]
Housing advocates call for looser rules on illegal units, “granny flats.” [NYT]
Real estate crowdfunding expands following new regulations. [GlobeSt]
Can Aby Rosen’s makeover of 285 Madison erase the taint of a tragic accident? [WSJ]
Real estate heir Winston Fisher and D.E.’s Melanie Lazenby are dating! [TRD]
Union Square’s Heartland Brewery closed by health department. [DNAinfo]
Father and son team behind Gotham Organization discuss family, their newest tower. [WSJ]
Silverstone Property to class up Fourth Ave. with spiffy, ODA-designed rental. [Curbed]
How has the mandatory inclusionary zoning supported by De Blasio played out elsewhere? [Crain’s]

On the Market: Hoarder Homes Do Fine In New York’s Overheated Market; Growing Calls to Legalize Granny Flats; Does Mandatory Inclusionary Zoning Work?