On the Market: Artisanal Porridge Comes to Park Slope; Hell’s Angels Battle to Keep EV Clubhouse; Cameron Diaz Buys In Walker Tower

New projects in the works for Manhattan’s underutilized piers. [NYT]
Among them, the ‘Superpier,’ whose developer Young Woo is profiled here. [TRD]
NYC-area gets a paltry $5.7 million of regional development cash from state. [Crain’s]
Yet another couple with a baby on the way goes house hunting in Brooklyn. [NYT]
City pays for 24-hour security to guard flimsy Rockaway bathroom shacks. [DNAinfo]
Who wants gruel? Artisanal porridge shop opens in Park Slope. [Eater]
Also so hot in Brooklyn right now? Fire pits. [NYT]
Hell’s Angels wage legal war to keep their East Village clubhouse. [NYP]
Something about Walker Tower: Cameron Diaz drops $9 M. on Chelsea pad. [TMZ]
After pledging free admission, South Street Seaport ice rink charges $10 fee. [DNAinfo]
Rents rise dramatically in the formerly affordable Bed-Stuy and Bushwick. [Brownstoner]
How very UES: Anglo-Indian restaurant brings gin cocktails to E. 92nd. [Gothamist]
Bronx soccer stadium, which would involve significant tax breaks, is far from a done deal. [NYT]
City Council greenlights Domino Plan, Greenpoint Landing section, but denies Chetrit ok. [Crain’s]
The former Rheingold Brewery was also rezoned for residential and retail. [Brownstoner]
In precautionary move, LIRR bans booze on trains during SantaCon. [DNAinfo]