On the Market: Bleecker Bob’s Searches For a New Home; Historic Vessel Seeks Permanent Dock On UWS; Tin Pan Alley Endangered Again

Upper East Siders can’t admit they’ve been beat on the waste transfer station. [Crain’s]
Check out the AvroKo interiors of the Steelworks Lofts in Williamsburg. [Brownstoner]
Floor-through at 820 Park tries for $10 million more than it sold for in 2008. [Curbed]
Tin Pan Alley may not be long for this world: historic Chelsea rowhouses hit the market again. [Lost City]
USS United States hopes UWS dockage will save it from the scrap heap. [Crain’s]
Protestors rally against the sale of public libraries. [NYT]
Local whiskey distiller plans to set up shop at Brooklyn Navy Yard. [The Local]
Bed-Stuy house feature in “Crooklyn” sells for $1.8 million. [Brownstoner]
Movie set or madness? Fu Manchu studio in Manhattan is not for the masses. [Curbed]
Central Park is the biggest cash hog of all New York City parks. [Gothamist]
Hundreds of bicyclists wheeled their rides into St. John the Divine for bike blessing. [DNAinfo]
Don’t let the music stop: Bleecker Bob’s is considering a possible move to East 9th Street. [EV Grieve]
Don’t be a poop-etrator: dog poop befouls Bushwick’s beautification efforts. [DNAinfo]
Owner of French bistro in Tribeca stages one-man protest against Citi Bike racks. [Post]
Hudson Yards is finally starting to take (visible) shape. [NYT]
Want a flood-damaged ride? City auctions of cars abandoned in Hurricane Sandy. [Post]