(Photo: Phillip Kalantzis Cope)

After complaints from neighbors, Brooklyn Flea is leaving the Williamsburg waterfront and seeking a new home, though Smorgasburg will stay behind on Saturdays. [DNA Info]

The amenities at the Karl Fischer-desgined 101 Bedford include “a huge gym, pool, hot tub, men’s and women’s sauna, golf simulator (PGA-certified), wine vault, ‘party room,’ canine cleaning station,” and — get this — heated sidewalks around the building.” [Curbed]

Bye bye, Chloe Sevigny
. The actress sold her East Village pad for $1.7 million and bought a $2.05 million three-bedroom co-op off of Prospect Park in Park Slope. [NY Observer]

A New York Sports Club is coming to Greenpoint
, and Brokelyn is not a fan: “The NYSC joins Greenpoint Landing, the Dunkin Donuts literally everywhere and the Starbucks opening on Union Avenue on our ‘Increasing Capitalist Ventures, Dwindling Old-world Charm’ bingo cards.” [Brokelyn]

The developers of a pool that would float on the East River are moving on to the next stage and aiming for a 2016 opening. [Curbed]

Housing advocates say the new landlord of the Swinging Sixties Senior Center in Williamsburg is threatening to give tenants the boot. [Williamsburg Greenpoint News + Arts]

The Hold Steady is doing a 10th anniversary show at Music Hall. [Brooklyn Vegan]

Den, a massive venue coming to Williamsburg, is “a communal workspace and coffee shop by day (laptops welcome!) and a lounge-bar by night, with full restaurant service throughout.” [Grub Street]

Here’s the best of the Lower East Side food scene in 18 categories, per The Lo-Down’s new print issue. [The Lo-Down]