Stabbing in Alphabet City; Pier 35 Completion Delayed
Sunday night, an intruder repeatedly stabbed a woman in her home on Avenue B, and took $500. The 31-year-old victim’s injuries are not life-threatening, and the suspect has evaded capture.
On the Lower East Side, the construction on Pier 35 is now not expected to concluded until Fall 2018. [Bowery Boogie]
The forthcoming Bushwick development on the onetime Rheingold Brewery site will now contain 88 less units of affordable housing than previously projected. [DNA Info]
The CitiBike hub at the corner of Rutgers Street and Broadway has been removed for an estimated two to three weeks, according to the Department of Transportation.
Comfort food spot Minnie’s on Clinton debuts today. [Bowery Boogie]
Hannah Bae, who launched her business at the Hester Street Fair in 2016, is one of three female, Brooklyn-based ice-cream makers featured in an article teasing Brooklyn Eats.
Several Greenpoint businesses will partner Thursday night for a free-to-entire, Moonlight Mile-hosted fundraiser for the HPV and Anal Cancer Foundation. [Greenpointers]
One week from today, Macy’s will launch its Independence Day fireworks from Greenpoint rather than near the Brooklyn Bridge. [Brooklyn Paper]
Pete’s Candy Store in Williamsburg will host its seventh annual mini zine fest next Saturday.