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NYU Medical Center at Essex Crossing; Citi Bike Ride to Cali

Knock 'Em Dead

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Essex Crossing developers leased 40K square feet to NYU‘s Langone Medical Center. [Bowery Boogie]

On First Avenue, the six-story mixed-use building home to No Relation Vintage is on the market for $21.5 million. [EV Grieve]

Silver Monument Works will relocate to Queens from its Stanton Street showroom of six decades. [Bowery Boogie]

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Williamsburg’s $6.5M Pad; East Village Birdman Flies the Coop

Ratter Smashes Trump Piñata: Chango

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Late Monday afternoon, a 22-year-old man was stabbed in the arm by a safety-scissors-weilding stranger on the Lower East Side. [DNA Info]

A 5K-square-foot Williamsburg penthouse is under contract for a neighborhood record $6.5 million. [NY Post]

Prosperity Dumpling on the Lower East Side was quickly shuttered by the Department of Health after a published photo revealed that the owners were using a neighborhood alley as their prep kitchen. [Bowery Boogie]

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Elizabeth Street Garden Under Threat; Work Stopped at Ace Hotel Bowery

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A 42-year-old man is in critical condition after being assaulted outside Bushwick’s La Fogata restaurant yesterday morning around 4 a.m. Police are looking for the suspect and released video footage to the public. [Gothamist]

The rising Ace Hotel on Bowery received two stop-work orders for failing to convince the Department of Buildings of its structural stability. [Bowery Boogie]

Developers hope to replace the Elizabeth Street Community Garden in Nolita with up to 75 units of affordable housing. [DNA Info]

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Lit Reopens September 11; Bernie Sanders Big in Bushwick

Smorgasburg 2015: Williamsburg, Madonna

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Police closed a Second Avenue convenience store, alleging stolen property and synthetic marijuana being sold on the premises. [EV Grieve]

East Village landlord Rafael Toledano is being investigated by the state for allegedly harassing his tenants. [NY Daily News]

The team who thought up the Lowline filed paperwork to open a “Lowline Lab” underneath Essex Street Market, where tests will be performed on how to best harvest sunlight. [Bowery Boogie]

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Milk & Honey’s Sasha Petraske Has Died; ‘Taxi Graveyard’ in Greenpoint

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Police say a Bushwick man shot and killed his 33-year-old girlfriend in their bed on Saturday morning, then ran into a Knickerbocker Avenue deli, where he was taken into custody. [NY Daily News]

Sasha Petraske, the 42-year-old cocktail pioneer and owner of the former Milk & Honey bar on the Lower East Side, was found dead Friday morning at his home in Upstate New York. [NY Times]

A 17-year-old boy is in critical condition after he was shot on Cooper Street in Bushwick yesterday around 3 a.m. [ABC 7 NY]

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Gas Station Fire in Williamsburg; Lovecraftian Cocktails in East Village

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A fire at a Leonard Street gas station in Williamsburg yesterday morning resulted in a collapsed roof. No injuries were reported. [Pix 11]

Downstairs at the former Germania Bank building on Bowery, the 30K retail space is on the market with a $2.2 million rent. [Bowery Boogie]

For the next month, Jumpin, a ball pit for adults, will be open for free play at 455 Broadway in Soho (RSVP here). [amNY]

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Anti-Trump Busboy Grew Up in Bushwick; Williamsburg Gets a New Concert Venue

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Ricardo Aca, the Mexican immigrant now working as a busboy in the Trump Soho hotel who posted a much-seen video criticizing the presidential candidate, spent his teen years in Bushwick. [New York Times]

Plans were submitted for an 180-unit Bushwick residential building at 338 Evergreen Avenue. [The Real Deal]

After the Marshal took possession of Alphabet City’s 10 Degrees Bistro earlier this week, the eatery released a statement saying the owners are renegotiating terms with their landlord. [EV Grieve]

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Attack Outside of Williamsburg Strip Club; Zum Schneider Turns 15

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After suffering a beating at the hands of multiple attackers, the homeless man found unconscious in Bushwick’s Hope Ball Field on Monday morning is not expected to survive. [NY Post]

A man sustained several broken bones on July 31 after a group of assailants attacked him outside a Metropolitan Avenue strip club. [The Brooklyn Paper]

Friday in Greenpoint, a woman says she was robbed of $1,300 by three men who were helping her carry her belongings to a cab. [Brooklyn Paper]

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Fatal Stabbing at Bushwick Party; W’burg Starbucks Serves Beer

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A 23-year-old man died from a stab wound sustained at a Bushwick party this weekend. [News 12 Brooklyn]

No one suffered injuries Saturday night when a terrace fire broke out on the second floor of 152 Ludlow Street/149-151 Essex Street. [Bowery Boogie]

Last week Governor Cuomo vetoed a bill that would have rescued Williamsburg’s Swinging Sixties Senior Center and Small World Day Care. [Brooklyn Paper] Keep Reading »

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Dump Truck Kills Pedestrian; Orchard Street Building Goes For $28M

Drag March 2015, Pride NYC

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Yesterday around 3:30 p.m., an 82-year-old female pedestrian died after being hit by a dump truck while crossing Broadway near Gates Avenue in Bushwick. [Gothamist]

A six-story, mixed-use building at 130 Orchard Street recently sold for $28 million. [The Real Deal]

Boulevard Tavern in Greenpoint will soon shutter after 10 years as its current incarnation. [DNA Info]

Doka Square, a new Japanese restaurant located at 53 Delancey Street/141 Eldridge Street, plans to open early next week. [Bowery Boogie]

Brazilian painters Os Gemeos (twins Otavio and Gustavo Pandolfo) executed a mural on the south wall of 26 Second Avenue. [Bowery Boogie]

The new Ethan Hawke film Ten Thousand Saintsfor which the 1988 Tompkins Square Park riots were recreated last year—was named a New York Times critic’s pick. [NYT]

Tonight at 7 p.m., Frozen will screen for free in Greenpoint’s Transmitter Park. [The Skint]