On the Market: Larry King’s House Is Not a Landmark; Inwood’s Dancing Diners Run Afoul of Cabaret Law; Don’t Eat The Corn In Gowanus

History rejects: New York’s strange, but not-so-notable would-be landmarks. [NYT]
Goodbye groceries: Housing development to take place of LES Pathmark. [The Lo-Down]
Developer snaps up Park Slope and Carroll Gardens multi-families. [The Real Deal]
Partners brawl over profits at broker-friendly Charles Rutenberg Realty. [WSJ]
Star of 666 Park Avenue talks about ghosts, but not about real estate. [Esquire]
Critiques of Barclay’s Arena fail to consider the entire Atlantic Yards plan. [Atlantic Cities]
Gymnastics studio comes to long-vacant Tenth Avenue building. [DNAinfo]
Noisy Inwood restaurant may lose liquor license because of footloose patrons. [Daily News]
Corn grows in Gowanus, but the toxic crop is inedible. [BK Paper]
Lincoln Center is finally finished with its $1.2 billion redevelopment. [Crain’s]
Statue of Liberty’s crown will re-open at the end of the month. [Curbed]
Building permits surge in Manhattan. [Crain’s]
For $25 a month, all-you-can drink coffee and art in Greenwich Village. [DNAinfo]
Pet gator seized in Brooklyn, along with weapons and drugs. [DNAinfo]
Foundation poured for 84 Third Avenue development, but questions remain. [A Fine Blog]