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223-225 Bowery has sold for $30 million and will become a 180-room Ace Hotel with a small number of residential condominiums. [Curbed]

Unions want all workers at the Domino site to be organized. [NY Daily News]

Neighbors Allied for Good Growth believes that “the project should include more affordable housing than proposed. We also believe there are other important aspects of the project that must be considered, such as open space, design and neighborhood impacts.” [NAG]

A new Williamsburg condo project “sort of looks like a Lego tower stacked by a kid who doesn’t care very much.” [Curbed]

An oral history of the Pyramid Club, as told by influential performance artists, musicians and drag queens. [Red Bull Music Academy]

Will success spoil Astor Place? [Village Voice]

A truck got stuck on the bike lane divider of the Pulaski Bridge. [Greenpointers]

A 28-year-old man was stabbed with a glass bottle early Sunday morning, plus more crime reports from Williamsburg’s 94th precinct. [DNA Info]

Lower East Side style guru Maryam Nassir Zadeh is doing a new makeup line. [T/NY Times]

Budin has bumped up the price of its licorice latte to $10. [Gothamist]

Eddie Huang of Baohaus goes to “white Brooklyn” to eat in Bushwick and Williamsburg. [Vice]

A reality show is seeking co-workers who want to box each other. [Brokelyn]

Keltie Ferris has opened an exhibition of “body prints” at Chapter NY in the Lower East Side. [Huffington Post]

Chez Jef has popped up in the Bowery Diner space. [Eater]

What’s new on the LES food scene. [The Lo-Down]

Bushwick’s top 5 burger destinations. [Bushwick Daily]

On Avenue C, French-Caribbean restaurant Arcane is now Cambodian restaurant Cafe Cambodge. [Blackbook]

Longtime Williamsburg resident Murray Hill‘s favorite burger in the neighborhood is at Five Leaves. [DNA Info]