Construction, East Village, NYC

(Photo: Lisa Larson-Walker)

After a scuffle between a prostitute and client sent both men to Bellevue Hospital with stab wounds early yesterday morning, East Village police got a break from actor David Schwimmer, who offered up security camera footage taken from his neighboring building. [NY Post]

According to a press release, East Village developer Ben Shaoul has settled the $50 million lawsuit brought forth by his parents. However, the attorney representing Shaoul’s parents says that an agreement has yet to be finalized. [The Real Deal]

Hector Xavier Monsegur (aka “Sabu“), the Alphabet City hacker-turned-FBI informant originally arrested in June 2011, will be charged today. The government is seeking a seven-month jail stint. [Wired]

Brooklyn is becoming an increasingly popular filming location, especially for depicting the “really upwardly mobile”: half of the 29 television series produced in the city last season were based there. [NY Times]

Here are some interior pictures of the Williamsburg sawdust factory that will become the Original Music Workshop performance venue in Fall 2015. [Brownstoner]

At The Nathaniel, a new apartment building opening soon on 12th Street in the East Village, apartments will rent from about $3,500 to $11,500 per month. [NY Post]

On the Lower East Side, Shalom Chai Pizzeria was evicted by its landlord, The Seward Park Co-op. [Bowery Boogie]

Guacuco Hotdogs, which the owners of Arepera Guacuco opened last week, is having a party this Friday. [Bushwick Daily]

Also in Bushwick, Champs vegan bakery is now open for business. [Bushwick Daily]

Meat Hook Sandwich Shop opened in Williamsburg. [Eater NY]

Presented by the Greenwich Village Society for Historical Preservation, the winners of the 2014 Village Awards include La MaMa and New York Central Art Supply. [Off the Grid]

Through Friday, the Bushwick-inspired art/fashion pop-up Phresh Produce will be open on the Lower East Side. [Paper]

Jason Stevens, owner of the shuttered Dumbo venue reBar, pleaded not guilty to charges of tax fraud. [Wall Street Journal]

Read about Nick Vivid, a vintage boombox restorer who owns a repair shop/guitar store/recording studio on Orchard Street. [DNA Info]

Scroll through a photos of the Williamsburg townhouse above antiques shop Moon River Chattel, currently on the market for $3.5 million. [Curbed]

Beginning June 3, Back Forty on Avenue B will host crab boils every Tuesday, with tickets selling for $50 apiece. [Eater NY]

The 80-person tech company Livestream is moving into a four-story office building on Morgan Avenue. [The Brooklyn Paper]

Eight former tenants of 13-15 Thames Street in Williamsburg are suing the city’s Loft Board, claiming there was some “hanky panky” at a meeting in January that determined the legal status of their building. [The Real Deal]

Following his Webby win last week, Banksy released a video detailing his New York exploits over the past eight months. [DNA Info]