The Afternoon Wrap: Tuesday

Through a local photographer’s lens, Brooklyn’s mom-and-pop shops become a metaphor for a changing borough in the recently released book Brooklyn Storefronts. [City Room]

Will a Chelsea Hotel turn Atlantic City into the Hamptons for hipsters? [Gothamist]

A new boutique that screens customers for 17 genetic conditions including breast cancer and Type 2 diabetes will open on Greene Street. The simple cotton swab of saliva will surely bring new meaning to the phrase buyers’ remorse. [Guest of a Guest]

Trump Entertainment Resorts is still open to selling its 10 casinos in Atlantic City, the Donald said. [TRD]

From the Waverly Inn to Bobo, some of the city’s chicest restaurants are banning the sale of bottled water. Sure, the enviromentally conscious move will reduce waste, but it will also save diners a boatload of money trying to impress their dates. [NY Post]

The Chrystie Street cabaret club the Box is rumored to be having trouble finding legal representation because it is “such a disaster.” [Down with the Hipster]

The Afternoon Wrap: Tuesday