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A recently built Williamsburg residential building, near the Domino Sugar Factory, just sold for about $40 million. [Crain’s]

A historic synagogue on East 14th Street is for sale for $14 million and preservationists want to see it landmarked. [Off the Grid]

Witnesses say a city snowplow caused a water main break at Clinton and East Broadway. [The Lo-Down]

Williamsburg’s Species by the Thousands is now hosting classes. First one: silk scarf dyeing! [Racked]

Friends of LES performance artists Arleen Schloss are raising money for her after she took a tumble in her home. [DNA Info]

Here’s your map for Greenpoint Gallery Night, this Friday. [Greenpointers]

A new app lets you cook recipes from restaurants like Roberta’s and Momofuku while you listen to their playlists. [Free Williamsburg]

Speaking of recipes, here’s one for ‘inoteca’s truffle egg toast, on the occasion of its closing. [Gothamist]

Legendary choreographer Paul Taylor has been based in the Lower East Side for the past few years. [The Lo-Down]

The Littledoe label premiered its new line at The Leadbelly. [Style]

Burritos are now available for takeout at Mission Cantina. [Eater]

And Otto’s now serves an off-the-menu deep-fried taco. [Grub Street]

Glasserie’s $76 rabbit feast is totally worth an hour-long trek to Greenpoint in a snowstorm. [Grub Street]

Tenement Tales, published in 1895, is “a slim volume chronicling with sensitivity the lives of street kids, factory girls, and immigrant laborers.” [Ephemeral NY]