North 6th Street

(Photo: Scott Lynch)

A Williamsburg resident facing a predicament from a bygone era was forced to put up a sign: “Please Do Not Smoke Crack in Our Building.” [NY Times]

That incident ended politely, but this one didn’t: an off-duty cop was stabbed in the neck after he asked his cousin to stop smoking pot in his Bushwick home. [NY Daily News]

Bushwick parkour studio Bklyn Beast is closing after 230 Bogart was hit with a vacate order. The owners say they “had no choice but to move forward in seeking a new location.” [Brooklyn Paper, New York Shitty]

East Village-based lawyer Stanley Cohen, known for defending terrorism suspects, has been indicted on tax evasion charges. [NBC]

Community Board 3 has passed a resolution asking that the former PS 64/CHARAS building be returned to the community. [Off the Grid]

Developers have submitted proposals for NYCHA’s land lease plan, and Bloomberg is passing them along to De Blasio. [The Lo-Down]

Musician Dev Hynes of Blood Orange, who recently lost everything in an East Village apartment fire, will play a free show at Cameo. [Free Williamsburg]

Introducing the $700 Roberta’s tank top. [Eater]

Author Gary Shteyngart praised Loho Realty as the “Tolstoy of Lower East Side realties.” [Curbed]

Here are the top 10 Bushwick condos of 2013. If you’re a fan of grey buildings with “loft-style” windows. [Animal]

A 183-room hotel will rise on Wythe Avenue. [The Real Deal]

The site of the Lower East Side Pathmark could get a 70-story tower. [The Lo-Down]

The 11-story building that houses The Smith in the East Village has gone for $57 million. []

And a 130-unit rental building in Greenpoint has sold for $72 million. [The Real Deal]

The 19-year-old who threw that Manhattan Bridge party is going to “give back to the city” by throwing a charity-oriented rager in an unnamed “rich Brooklyn neighborhood.” [Gothamist]

As a tribute to being located on the “smelliest block in New York,” the new LES location of Williamsburg Pizza has created what may be the “Garbage Pail Kids of New York pizza.” [Grub Street]