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A seven-story building in Williamsburg developed by murdered landlord Menachem Stark and his partner (which faced foreclosure and landed them in bankruptcy court) will be purchased by a Midtown investment firm for $52 million. [The Real Deal]

Mayor de Blasio is soliciting proposals for how to upgrade the city’s pay phones to WiFi hotspots. [The Architect’s Newspaper]

The property at 79-89 Avenue D in the East Village was purchased for $12.5 million. A 12-story mixed-use development will replace the current single-story storefronts. [The Real Deal]

“Camille Henrot: The Restless Earth,” the New Museum’s latest exhibition, debuted last night. [Gallerist NY]

The owners of Angel’s Share in the East Village will soon open another cocktail bar, Three Points, on Ludlow Street. It’s neighbors will include the forthcoming Manhattan outposts of Brooklyn’s Cochinita Dos taqueria and Pies ‘n’ Thighs, plus the wood fired pizza place Ludlow Inn. [The Real Deal]

What was once St. Mark’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Bushwick will become 99 apartments. [Buzz Buzz Home]

Here’s the menu at newly-opened Russ & Daughters Café. [Eater NY]

Union Square’s location of the macrobiotic restaurant Souen had been temporarily shut down for health code infractions. [Eater NY]

Tonight a new restaurant called Après—”after” in French—will open at Apiary’s former East Village address. The chef is Mustafa Mazen, a veteran of The Elm in Williamsburg. [Eater NY]

And a second LES restaurant serving lox, blintzes and matzo ball soup opened yesterday: Baz Bagel and Restaurant. [Eater NY]

Read the history of twin tenement buildings on 11th St. that are 115 years old. [Off the Grid]

Greenpoint’s Little Poland Gallery will host a bazaar on Saturday with vendors selling clothes, jewelry, art and housewares. [Greenpointers]

Next weekend the Renegade Craft Fair will set up shop in Brooklyn Night Bazaar’s Greenpoint warehouse. [Brokelyn]

Arepera Guacuco extended its gustatory reach with a new late-night Bushwick hotdog shop. [Bushwick Daily]

Nomad Vintage on the Lower East Side will treat shoppers to drinks, snacks and 15 percent savings during its spring party tonight . RSVP to katie.mcdonnell@gmail.com. [Racked NY]

Some of the recent thefts in Williamsburg: a $1,700 bicycle was stolen from shop Ride Brooklyn, $6,500 worth of camera equipment was taken from one apartment, and $13,000 worth of jewelry was looted from another.  [DNA Info]

Who knew Avenue C had such luxe living? Check out this $3.6 million penthouse for sale, complete with sauna, solarium, and private elevator landing. [Curbed]