Astoria is the neighborhood most popular with millennial looking to move in with roommates, a study finds. Williamsburg didn’t even make the list. [DNAinfo]

The developers of Essex Street Crossing are adding more affordable housing. [Curbed]

The few day laborers who lined up at a South Williamsburg corner during yesterday’s Day Without Immigrants doubled their rates. [DNAinfo]

The onetime home of drag restaurant Lucky Cheng’s and the adjacent property are going for $26 million. [EV Grieve]

Inside East Williamsburg DIY recording space Mama Coco’s Funky Kitchen. [Bushwick Daily]

An artist is mending sidewalk cracks in Williamsburg with gold. [Hyperallergic]

An East Village synagogue is reopening after its renovation, which included a condo conversion. [Curbed]

Inside of an all-female sex party in a Lower East Side penthouse. [Refinery29]

The Cultural Oasis series at Sonic Jungle will host “a wide variety of different mindful, sensory and wellness-focused features.” [Bushwick Daily]

The city is cutting ties with Bushwick Economic Development Corporation after a radiator at one of its shelters killed two young girls. [DNAinfo]