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Gang Assault on Williamsburg Bridge; Manhattan Apartments Average $2.2M

Per the New York Supreme Court, the family of former Stuyvesant Town resident Mark Chanko—who was hit by a garbage truck and killed in 2011 while filming a scene for the reality series NY Med—may not obtain unlimited access to the footage. [Town & Village]

Yesterday morning, a 62-year-old man sustained serious head injuries after he was hit by an Escalade at the intersection of Allen and Grand Streets. [DNA Info]

A Lower East Side-bound deliveryman was attacked on December 10 by five punching men on the Williamsburg Bridge, who robbed him of $60, his bicycle, and the $105 food order he was dropping off. [DNA Info] Keep Reading »

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Tipsy Mistletoe Bar Crawl in Greenpoint; New Hotel in Rockaway

Wilson Avenue gallery Outlet Fine Art has shuttered after five years in business. [Bushwick Daily]

Meanwhile, three-year-old, Michelin-starred Luksus—which offers up a Nordic tasting menu inside the Greenpoint beer bar Tørst—will fold at the end of the month. [Grub Street]

Wythe Hotel architect Morris Adjmi will next oversee a six-story hotel overlooking Rockaway Beach. [NY YIMBY] Keep Reading »

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Gun at Williamsburg School; Trump’s Grandpa Slummed It on the LES

In Williamsburg, Harry Van Arsdale High School was put on lockdown yesterday afternoon after a 17-year-old student showed a 15-year-old his gun, then stole the younger man’s cellphone. [Pix 11]

Meanwhile, students at another neighborhood high school filled the window of a local storefront with pro-immigrant and LGBTQ-friendly holiday decorations. [DNA Info]

Nine rent-stabilized tenants of 159 Stanton Street filed a lawsuit this week against their landlord, Steve Croman, for harassment and providing dangerous living conditions in the midst of ongoing construction. [DNA Info] Keep Reading »

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Hate Crime Summit in Greenpoint; Neurologist’s Menu at Honeybrains

According to police, members of the Hells Angels are declining to assist with an investigation following a non-fatal shooting that occurred Sunday outside their East Village headquarters. The police have searched the facility and issued a subpoena for all of its video. [NY Post]

City Council member Stephen Levin will host a talk tonight at the Automotive High School in Greenpoint about how to bring hate crimes to a halt. [DNA Info]

Tomorrow, the world’s cheapest Michelin-starred restaurant, Hong Kong-based Tim Ho Wan, will begin serving customers dim sum at its first American location, 85 4th Avenue. [Gothamist] Keep Reading »

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Free Dumplings in Bushwick; Rheingold Developer Gets $93M Loan

A residential developer will receive a $93 million construction loan to build a 500-unit apartment building where Rheingold Brewery once stood. [The Real Deal]

Renderings have been released of a 39-unit residence set to rise at 16 Charles Place in Bushwick. [NY YIMBY]

Yesterday, the Landmarks Preservation Commission awarded landmark status to both St. Barbara’s Roman Catholic Church in Bushwick and the Forman Building in Williamsburg. [Brownstoner] Keep Reading »

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Willem Dafoe Sells Pad; East 5th Apartment Asks $25M

Construction begins in 2018 on a mixed-use building at 259 Clinton Street will rise 724 feet. [Bowery Boogie]

Actor Willem Dafoe recently sold the Grand Street apartment he and his son co-owned for the past 11 years for $860K. [Observer]

Tour an extremely luxe apartment at 210 East 5th Street, which Canadian filmmaker/photographer Gregory Colbert is selling for an $25 million, an unprecedented price in the neighborhood. [Curbed NY] Keep Reading »

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Hate Graffiti Turns Up in Greenpoint, Deadly Stabbing in Williamsburg

Following a late-night soccer game, a 31-year-old man died and his brother, 29, was hospitalized when they were stabbed around 2 a.m. yesterday outside a Heyward Street high school in Williamsburg. [NY Daily News]

The Bronx apartment where a pair of sisters, ages 1 and 2, were killed Wednesday when the radiator malfunctioned is owned by the Bushwick Economic Development Corp, which is facing other allegations of misconduct. [DNA Info]

On Friday, 18-year-old Tyheim Smith was sentenced to 24 years in jail for his role in the Williamsburg shooting of another man, 33, in April 2015. [DNA Info] Keep Reading »

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Mission Cantina Shutters On LES; 16 East Village Bars Do SantaCon

Mayor de Blasio signed 10 gas safety bills on Tuesday in response to the fatal gas explosion at 121 Second Avenue in Spring 2015. [Curbed NY]

Three-year-old Mexican restaurant Mission Cantina has shuttered on Orchard Street. [Eater NY]

Meanwhile, an Orchard Street bodega, Corner Grocers, is selling Plan B contraception on Seamless with a steep markup. [DNA Info] Keep Reading »

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Cambodian Noodle Pop-Up; Mean Girls Talent Show

After their restaurant was somehow falsely implicated in the Washington, D.C.-based Pizzagate hoax, the staff of Roberta’s is now receiving death threats. [DNA Info]

Independent Cobble Hill bookstore BookCourt will shutter in three weeks, ending a 35 year tenure and following in the sad footsteps of St. Marks Bookshop. [Gothamist]

Tonight, chef Chakriya Un will bring his Cambodian noodle pop-up shop to Franklin Avenus’s The Diamond. [Greenpointers] Keep Reading »

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Salvation Taco Comes to Williamsburg; N 8th Building Asks $69M

This afternoon, the Coalition to Protect Chinatown & the Lower East Side will host a rally at City Hall to challenge the “racist rezoning” allegedly implemented by the de Blasio administration. [Bowery Boogie]

In response to last year’s controversial closure of the Rivington House nursing home, this week the City Council passed a bill that says mayors must directly sign off on any potential changes to deed restrictions. [Crain’s NY]

Flooring warehouse Grand Tile Corp. will relocate to Williamsburg by the end of the month following 34 years on Essex Street. [Bowery Boogie] Keep Reading »

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Williamsburg Venue From Bowery Presents; Dessert Ramen From Cronut Creator

(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

Early Sunday morning while the police were en route, a 39-year-old would-be burglar died when he was held down by two adolescent boys and their father inside the Bushwick car service he was attempting to rob. [DNA Info]

One week ago, surveillance footage captured a thief pocketing two tablets from Speedy Romeo, the Clinton Street pizzeria. In August, a total of $4K was stolen over three days from the safe of the restaurant’s Clinton Hill outpost. [DNA Info]

Daddy’s, a 15-year-old Graham Avenue bar, will close to the public following its December 30th service. [Gothamist] Keep Reading »

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Fieri Visits Pies ‘n’ Thighs; No Office Christmas Party

The Department of Transportation debuted a new pedestrian plaza Friday in front of Bushwick’s Myrtle-Wyckoff subway entrance. [Curbed NY]

A Parks Department plan to lower the fences around Tompkins Square Park from seven feet to four feet high is being met with resistance from safety-conscious locals. [DNA Info]

Renderings were released of 13 Greenpoint Avenue‘s forthcoming 11-story, mixed-use building. [NY Yimby] Keep Reading »