On the Market: The UWS Is Full of Old People; 15 CPW Pad Sells for $32.5 M.; Real Estate Powerbrokers Eye LES

Financiers sell 15 CPW for $32.5 million, nearly doubling $16.9 million investment. [NYT]
SPURA-d on: Many of the city’s biggest real estate players are eying the LES. [Crain’s]
The real problem with gentrification is monotony. [New Republic]
Rent-stabilized tenant accused of running a bed and breakfast at 737 Park. [Daily News]
The UWS is full of old people, is a “naturally occurring retirement community”: [NYT]
Real estate industry defends Christine Quinn’s affordable housing plan (it would). [Crain’s]
Area property partners takes a $7.5 million loss on uptown portfolio. [TRD]
Rag & Bone founder goes brick & mortar, buys Cobble Hill townhouse. [Curbed]
Neighbors protest selling Brooklyn Heights library to a private developer. [Daily News]
A look at inflation via the cost of a San Remo rental. [Bloomberg]
Forest City is ripping out street trees before next phase of Atlantic Yards. [Brownstoner]
Franklin Avenue road rage: Tensions over Crown Heights bike racks escalate. [DNAinfo]
The grass is greener: gifts to parks mirror surrounding neighborhood’s affluence. [NYT]
Lenox Lounge landlord sues owner for $25 million, alleges he stripped the club. [DNAinfo]
John Leguizamo’s vulgar West Village townhouse wants $4 million. [Curbed]