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(Photo: Scott Lynch)

Leonardo DiCaprio bought a $10 million condo in a green building on 11th Street. []

In Greenpoint, one driver threatened another with an ax during a parking dispute. [The Brooklyn Paper]

Artist Kara Walker constructed this 35-foot-tall “sugar-coated, sphinx-like” sculpture which will be on display inside the former Domino Sugar Factory digs for a month starting Saturday. [Gothamist]


Right now at Kinfolk in Williamsburg, a “sober” dance party is in progress. With $20 entry, Morning Gloryville patricipants could drink coffee and juice, get a massage and — no joke — dunk their head in ice water. [Brokelyn]

Russ & Daughters Café offically opens its doors at 10 a.m. on the Lower East Side. [Grub Street]

After more than two decades in business, Dok Suni, a Korean restaurant favored by Quentin Tarantino, will soon close in the East Village. [EV Grieve]

This weekend, Artists & Fleas’ Vintage NYC Showcase will have a comeback in Nolita. [Racked NY]

A comparison of the apartments $600K buys in neighborhoods such as Williamsburg, Greenpoint, and the East Village. []

Here’s the menu at Delaware & Hudson, the restaurant that moved into Egg‘s last home in Williamsburg. [Eater NY]

A hookah bar called Zu Zu Lounge is coming to Houston, replacing the vintage clothing store A Little Wicked. [Bowery Boogie]

Under new chef Eldad Shem Tov, Glasserie—the glass factory-turned-eatery in Greenpoint—has a new menu. [Greenpointers]

A six-story apartment building will replace the parking lot on North 1st Street and Bedford in Williamsburg. [Buzz Buzz Home]