True North

(Photo: Scott Lynch)

Our cat cafe dreams have been realized: the Bowery will be home to Purina ONE Cat Cafe, a pop-up coffee shop with free food and drinks, plus plenty of felines available for adoption. [Sprudge]

A 2.3-acre site in Bushwick, with five industrial properties, is on the market for close to $30 million. [Brownstoner]

The East River Ferry might not be operating by the time Greenpoint’s five week G train shutdown begins in July. [Capital NY]

After a half century on Canal Street, Pearl Paint has closed. [Tribeca Trib]

Black Seed, a new bagel shop, opens today in Noho. [Grub Street]

A restaurant called The Derby replaced Tiny Fork on Orchard Street. [Eater NY]

Five Leaves Crate  a pop-up partnership from Five Leaves restaurant in Greenpoint and Rough Trade NYC — is up and running in Williamsburg. [Greenpointers]

The asking price for 215 North 10th Street in Williamsburg is $24 million. [The Massey Knakel Reel]

Interior renderings of one of the three-bedroom apartments at 10 Bond Street in Noho. [Curbed NY]

The Mennonite, a 24-unit residential building energy-efficient enough to be certified as “passive,” has opened in Bushwick. [NY Daily News]

Sunday is The Big Green Theater Festival at the Bushwick Starr, where actors perform plays written by local fifth graders. [The Brooklyn Paper]

A Taiwanese Night Market is returning to Williamsburg. [WG News]

Sometime in the next month, Brick Lane Curry House in the East Village will move around the corner from its current address on 6th Street. [Fork in the Road]

When Ivan Ramen starts service May 9 on the Lower East Side, you’ll find a dish called “tofu Coney Island” on the menu. [NY Times]