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New video shows the suspect in the killing of Williamsburg developer Menachem Stark. It’s believed Stark had been shadowed for two weeks. [NY Post]

Remembering Gray’s Papaya: “Gray’s was a place you always thought was going to be there.” [Flaming Pablum]

At the heart of a judge’s ruling against NYU’s expansion yesterday is green space inadvertently created by an expressway that Robert Moses was prevented from building. [NY Times]

Williamsburg and Greenpoint condo prices are up 24.8 percent compared to the same period last year. [The Real Deal]

Check out the newly released designs for an East Williamsburg building that will boast 12,000 square feet of ground-floor retail and 69 rental apartments. [BuzzBuzz Home]

A two-week adjournment gives Astor newsstand operator Jerry Delakas some breathing room to try to work something out with the city. [DNA Info]

Hit Gowanus seafood joint Littleneck is opening a Greenpoint outpost. [Eater]

As is Brooklyn Denim Company. [NY Times]

Gwynett St.’s former chef is opening a West Village spot. [Grub Street]

Wendy’s, a holdover neighborhood watering hole in Greenpoint, has been gutted. [Greenpointers]

On the first anniversary of the fire that closed it, Oslo is holding a “pay what you wish” benefit. [Williamsburg-Greenpoint News]

This columnist wants a certain type of person to stop moving to NYC: “Those moving to New York because it’s the exciting, adventurous, cool thing to do are so brainwashed by their vision of what New York City should be that they are at least ignorant of vast swaths of the city, if not outright hostile towards these less-than-popular areas.” [xoJane]