On the Market: Courtney Love Lands on Lafayette; Mob Social Clubs a Dying Breed; Prospect Park Bike Crackdown

The 13 apartment buildings where it is illegal to smoke. [BrickU]
It’s Bodega Week! Kicking things off is a map of every one. [Curbed]
Ex-Village mob hangout is a tea shop, and one in Queens is broke. [DNAinfo, Daily News]
From zero to 188 in four months: the number of biking ticket in Prospect Park. [BK Paper]
What if you lived next to a prison, especially in a multimillion-dollar highrise? [NY Times]
MoMA considers the plight of foreclosures and housing—the whimsy works. [Bloomberg]
Bono hooked Courtney Love up with a new pad at 285 Lafayette. [Daily News]
Jeff Sutton, king of retail, sues cut-rate Brooklyn clothier. [Real Deal]
A history of Strong Place, Cobble Hill’s first major strip. [Brownstoner]
The most colorful demo contractor in the city agrees to pay back taxes. [NY Times]
Lenders are making the big commercial loans again. [Crain’s]
The Bronx embraces boutique manufacturing. [Archpaper]
Inside Kennedy’s new cargo terminal. [NY Times]
Donald Trump Jr. hunts water buffalo in Africa, angers activists. [Real Deal]