After eleven decades in business, New York Central Art Supply on 3rd Avenue will shutter later this summer. [Vanishing NY]

A real estate investment firm purchased two buildings at 192-194 First Avenue for a combined $13 million. [The Real Deal]

Houston Street’s Landmark Sunshine Cinema will  get a sibling this spring on W. 57th Street. [The Real Deal]

This weekend at SIGNAL gallery, the Bushwick Art Book and Zine Fair returns to the neighborhood for its fourth year. [Hyperallergic]

On July 31, a four-mile run will guide participants past Bushwick Collective‘s expansive array of street art. Tickets are $20/each. [Bushwick Daily]

Splacer, a new Israeli start-up dubbed “the Airbnb of event spaces,” will allow you to rent 450 Manhattan locations for a few hours at a time. [NY Observer]

East 12th Street between First Avenue and Avenue A is reportedly experiencing a considerable rat infestation. [EV Grieve]