On the Market: Ed Koch Was a Lifetime Renter; Williamsburg Is the New Florida; Russians Come to Coney Island, Open Sports Complex

You know who never bought any New York real estate? Ed Koch. Old school. [NYT]
Man pens catchy tune about room for rent, creates awesome apartment listing. [Curbed]
Remembering Brooklyn’s riding and driving club, the snooty horse lover hangout. [Brownstoner]
Artist Jim Dine’s carriage house in the Village is asking $9.1 million. [NYT]
Russians to open massive sports complex in Coney Island. [The Real Deal]
Rent Grey Gardens! Racoons, stray cats and Bouvier cousins not included. [Curbed]
Bodega battles: 7-Eleven protestors hit the East Village. [EV Grieve]
In related news, the snow dick miscreant remains at large. [EV Grieve]
Building that lost its facade during Sandy was an illegal hotel. [Daily News]
Joe Namath’s bachelor pad had a llama hair rug and smoked mirrors. [WSJ]
Burrito-loving residents of Queens descend on new Forest Hills Chipotle. [DNAinfo]
Does New York suffer from landmarking overkill? [Crains]
Noise, fun-hating West Village residents want historic bar to close at midnight. [DNAinfo]
Retirees flock to Williamsburg, neighborhood officially declared over. [Post]
Pothead starlet Amanda Bynes leaves apartment after landlord threatens eviction. [TMZ]
Homeowners extremely unhappy with newly expanded flood zones. [Crain’s]
The farce is over: CitySpire penthouse pulled off the market. [Curbed]
Kings County Distillery is first to open (legally) in NY since Prohibition. [NYT]