On the Market: Ben Shaoul Sued by His Own Parents; Do de Blasio’s Housing Picks Present Conflict of Interest Issues? Gowanus Shuffleboard Club is Finally Opening

That $8 billion federal hospital grant won’t go very far without huge overhauls. [Crain's]
Finding a great New York apartment can be harder than finding a soulmate. [BU]
Ben Shaoul is being sued for $50 M. by his parents, who allege theft and fraud. [TRD]
Owner of Soho gas station reaches deal with Related to build $200 M. project. [WSJ]
Like a prayer: makeshift altar appears at the former home of Mary Help of Christians. [EVG]
Amsterdam cafe named “Bedford-Stuyvesant” in odd, forced homage to Brooklyn. [Gothamist]
Couple sue co-op for $600K. after board bars them from replacing their cheap washer/dryer. [Post]
Alicia Glen and Vicki Been’s previous ties to developers could prove problematic. [NYDN]
Geraldo Rivera’s ex-wife sells her incredibly charming clapboard house on East 94th. [TRD]
Trumbull, Conn. seeks to grow while keeping green space, residential character. [WSJ]
Plastic surgeon gives Trump pad facelift, lists for $25 M., Harley in the bedroom not included. [NYT]
Grandma would be so proud: Gowanus’ shuffleboard club is finally going to open. [DNAinfo]
Unsurprisingly, Steve Cuozzo thinks all the new supertowers are awesome. [Post]
Upscale apartments in outer Bushwick cater to those priced out of inner Bushwick. [Crain's]