On the Market: Historic Harlem House Facing Demolition, Prospect Park Cyclists Get Green Lights, Housing Drama Plays Out In Bronx

Historic Harlem house faces demolition, despite preservation efforts. [WSJ]
Brooklyn Heights residents hate hot dogs, hot dog vendor. [NY Post]
The lights will be all green for Prospect Park cyclists. [Bk Paper]
Avenue A shopowners make pact to ban restaurants, look for banks. [DNAinfo]
What will be done with Dewey and LaBoeuf’s Sixth Avenue space? [WSJ]
Historic Queens statue will finally be restored. [NY Daily News]
Longtime Bronx residents dislike new co-op dwellers and vice versa. [DNAinfo]
Former Governor David Paterson reacquaints himself with the subway. [NY Daily News]
Used book shopping in Brooklyn [Bk Paper]
When Barbara Fox lived on the UWS, she insisted on a limo to the UES each day. [NY Times]
Queens leaders worried about Willets Point plan. [Queens Chronicle]
Knicks guard Iman Shumpert rents a three-bedroom pad at the Mantena. [NY Post]