On the Market: UES Residents Decry Drunk Young People; (Alcoholic) Spirit Tasting at Greenwood Cemetery; New York’s Huge Homeless Problem

Turns out the of Brooklyn’s oldest bar has filed a lot of bankruptcies lately. [Crain’s]
Nothing new under the sun: complaints of drunk young people at UES bar. [DNAinfo]
Pro-library group to rally against sale of Brooklyn libraries. [Bk Heights Blog]
Did state officials conspire to close Cobble Hill’s hospital? [Bk Paper]
Famous chefs cheer plan to transform Fulton Fish buildings into gourmet market. [DNAinfo]
City sells two downtown buildings, cash-flush Joe Chetrit scoops up one. [Crain’s]
Who loves Versace? This Brighton Beach penthouse owner! [Curbed]
Bloomberg shirks blame for massive rise in city’s homeless population. [WSJ]
The glory of Central Park West: Art Deco on one side, park on the other. [NYT]
Real shit holes: the bar bathrooms of Brooklyn. [Atlantic Cities]
Broker lists Beresford duplex for $24 million. [TRD]
Greenwood Cemetery will host whiskey tastings and trivia nights. [DNAinfo]
Considering Columbia’s Inwood athletic center, impressive if not beautiful. [NYT]
Barry Sternlicht worries NY might be building too much luxury housing. [WSJ]
Tiny East Village synagogue revives plan to add condos for cash. [Curbed]
Manhattan draws more commuters than any other county in the country. [NYT]
Get ready for belching: Carroll Gardens spot mixes yoga and fine dining. [Bk Paper]
Chelsea gay bar the Rawhide succumbs to rent hike, eviction. [Vanishing NY]