Army of One: !!!! Sold Paintings; Kuma

(Photo: Scott Lynch)

Jerry Saltz remembers Hudson. The owner of Feature Inc. was among the first to exhibit the art of Takashi Murakami, Raymond Pettibon, Tom Friedman, Richard Kern, and many others. [Vulture]

Developers bought nearly $2 billion worth of Brooklyn land last year. Williamsburg saw the most property trades with 40 development transactions comprised of 74 properties totaling $284 million. [Real Estate Weekly]

An 80-year-old woman was struck and killed while crossing Manhattan Avenue. [Brooklyn Paper]

Elsewhere, a car brought down a light pole in Williamsburg. [DNA Info]

New renderings for a long-stalled Williamsburg rental building. [Brownstoner]

Two sites at Union Ave. are asking $23 million. [BuzzBuzz Home]

“Paweł Althamer: The Neighbors” has fully opened at the New Museum. Here’s a look. [Hyperallergic]

Sally Young, an East Village preservationist, has a show up at the Ottendorfer Library. [Jeremiah’s Vanishing NY]

A new installation at Bushwick’s Signal Gallery is anchored by two 9-by-9-foot slabs of cement. [Hyperallergic]

Knickerbocker Ave. is the place for Valentine’s cheesiness. [Bushwick Daily]

A look at John Sloan’s paintings of McSorley’s. []

Remembering the old men who played bocce on East First and Houston. [Ephemeral NY]