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(Photos: Scott Lynch)

The body of 31-year-old Bushwick designer Jay Ott, who went missing on March 22, was found Thursday night in the New York Bay near Sunset Park. [DNA Info]

Lifelong housing activist Edward Delgado is working to make sure Puerto Ricans displaced from the Lower East Side have a chance to inhabit the affordable housing in Essex Crossing. [NY Times]

The team behind the forthcoming Level Hotel in Williamsburg will kick off a sculpture design contest for Brooklyn artists. One winner will receive $200,000 to execute their design, which will be permanently housed in the new hotel’s lobby. [Curbed]

A Colombian coffee connoisseur has reportedly spent $2.5 million on his new Williamsburg coffee shop, Café Devotion, which will open on Grand Street this summer. [NY Post]

Now that reBar has abruptly closed for good in Dumbo, several Brooklyn vendors chipping in to help both former employees and couples whose wedding deposits will not be refunded [Eater NY]

Lena Dunham’s parents sold their Tribeca duplex–the backdrop for her 2010 film Tiny Furniture–for $6.25 million. [NY Observer]

Elsewhere in the Hannahsphere, Cafe Grumpy’s Grand Central location has opened. [Grub Street]

Plantworks, in business since 1974, is closing in the East Village next month. [Jeremiah’s Vanishing NY]

Here’s a review of Miki Orihara’s “Resonance,” which the dancer performed at the La MaMa Moves festival Friday. [NY Times]

Lafayette does an excellent brisket burger at lunch. [Grub Street]

In the ’80s, there was a plan for a two-story restaurant atop the Williamsburg Bridge. [Gothamist]