Shackled, caged, clinging to life

(Photo: Scott Lynch)

Video footage was released of the Bushwick facade collapse that injured a woman last week. [Animal]

The body of a 50-year-old homeless man was found in the East River near East 14th Street. [Town & Village Blog]

A 14-year-old Orthodox Jewish boy in Williamsburg was hit in the face by a bicyclist in a suspected hate crime. [JP Updates]

On St. Marks Place yesterday, local noodle chain Xi’an Famous Foods re-opened after three months of renovations. [EV Grieve]

Daya Yoga Studio, which is relocating from Ridgewood to Bushwick, will open on July 12 with free classes all day. [Bushwick Daily]

See five six-figure apartments on the market in Williamsburg, plus a cheapie ($975K). [Curbed]

And check out a map of 28 new apartment buildings coming to Brooklyn. [Hot Pads]

In the East Village, City of Saints Coffee Roasters opened over the weekend. [EV Grieve]

Brooklyn’s first Juice Generation—opening in Williamsburg during the first week of July—will also serve dishes like cashew cheese ravioli, kelp noodle salad, and dark chocolate avocado pudding. [Racked NY]

The state seized the Mobil station on the corner of Houston and Avenue C, citing non-payment of taxes. [EV Grieve]

Read about a 16-year-old girl who led a Lower East Side rent strike in 1907. [Ephemeral NY]

And a history of the 140-year-old building at 101 Avenue A, currently home to The Pyramid Club. [Off the Grid]

On East 12th Street, a duplex penthouse is for sale for $25 million, and two additional units in the building are respectively priced at $14.25 million and $16 million. [The Real Deal]

Two art critics discuss “Supports/Surfaces,” a French art exhibition at the Lower East Side’s CANADA Gallery. [Art F City]

Based on five years of NYPD data accounting for about 48,000 felonies, here is a trove of stats devoted to subway safety by station. [NY Daily News]

Roberta’s is delivering pizzas to Midtown Manhattan through August 1. However, you must order at least a dozen pies and give 24 hours notice. [Eater NY]

There is a 3,000-person wait list for this $160 blanket at the Williamsburg clothing and home store Joinery. [Racked NY]