On the Market: 15 CPW Thinks CPW Is Its Private Cul-de-Sac; Liquor Store Cater to Kids (Well, Sort Of); Many Rent-Stabilized Tenants Excluded from Amenities

Everyone is very, very angry about the sale of the Park Slope senior residence. [FiPS]
Oh, Brooklyn: man runs leech therapy clinic out of his Greenpoint loft. [Brokelyn]
But this is awesome! Traveling pop-up repair shop pays visit to Gowanus. [DNAinfo]
Near Fukushima, a generation of children cannot play outside. [AC]
Dyker Heights branch of Brooklyn Library wants to seize its building from the bank. [BP]
15 CPW residents use the street outside as their own personal cul-de-sac. [NYT]
Unsurprinsgly, the neighbors are pretty pissed about plans for the French Evangelical Church. [Curbed]
Ever wonder how your Brooklyn neighborhood got its name? Wonder no more! [FNY]
Wine and liquor stores in stroller neighborhoods cater to children as well as adults. [WSJ]
Father and son team think they can get $700/buildable square foot for FiDi residential lot. [Crain’s]
Don’t buy the lackluster McDonald’s Shamrock shake this year; make your own! [Gothamist]
It turns out that a lot of buildings exclude rent-stabilized tenants from amenities. [WSR]
And an UWS lawmaker wants to impose a mammoth fine on those who do. [DNAinfo]