On the Market: Downtown Brooklyn Continues Residential Push; Is Neil Moffitt Walker Tower’s Penthouse Buyer? Residents Debate Bed-Stuy Landmarking

Corner unit at 15 CPW sells for $17.8 M. to some boring Canadian LLC. [NYT]
Developers continue efforts to make Downtown Brooklyn a desirable residential area. [WSJ]
Looking at how the UES developed from three separate enclaves. [Curbed]
The return of alternate side parking has some New Yorkers longing for more snow. [NYT]
Should de Blasio really be celebrating a LICH deal that could close the hospital? [CNY]
And not require a full-service operator to take it over? [DNAinfo]
Sean Parker says he didn’t ask Verizon to shut down W. 10th so he could get a Fios upgrade. [Gawker]
Restaurateur Neil Moffitt is allegedly the buyer of the $50.9 Walker Tower penthouse. [Post]
Proposal to landmark a second swath of Bed-Stuy draws mixed feelings. [NYT]
Also creating controversy? The city study that found Bed-Stuy streets filthy. [DNAinfo]
Berlin developers home in on historic properties to re-develop. [Businessweek]
Archdiocese sells “bedpan alley” site on E. 62nd, an 8-story medical building is planned. [Crain’s]