Dream Downtown

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Plans have been submitted for a 35-story, 658-apartment, mixed-use building on the Domino Sugar Factory site. [YIMBY]

According to the city’s Department of Investigation, former Brooklyn district attorney Charles J. Hynes illegally paid a political consultant with $200,000 confiscated from criminal defendants, including drug dealers. [NY Times]

A former warehouse in Williamsburg will play a demon-ridden apartment building in the new film Ava’s Possessions, co-starring Jemima Kirke of Girls. [DNA Info]

Clinton Hill taqueria Cochinita opened a Lower East Side spinoff, Cochinita Dos. [Village Voice]

Meanwhile, the original Lower East Side location of the Mexican chain Móle has closed indefinitely. [Bowery Boogie]

GrowNYC will host its first Union Square night market this Friday with vendors selling fresh produce and beer from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. [Gothamist]

Swiss lifestyle brand What? will open its flagship U.S. store a couple doors from Space Ninety 8 in Williamsburg, at the address last occupied by Italian restaurant Osteria Il Paiolo [Racked NY]

Vyer Films, a Greenpoint start-up, has created a streaming service that lets people watch offerings from international film festivals for $20/month. [WG News+Arts]

This week, Smorgasburg sandwich seller Landhaus will open a restaurant at The Woods bar in Williamsburg, called Landhaus at the Woods. [Grub Street]

Here’s a look inside Barcade’s first Manhattan location, now open in Chelsea. This month, CB3 will consider the Williamsburg-born chain’s paperwork for an additional location on St. Marks Place. [Edible Manhattan]

Andrew Tarlow—the James Beard Award nominated restauranteur behind Williamsburg’s Diner, Marlowe & Sons, and Reynard—signed a two-book deal with Ten Speed Press. First up is a cookbook called Dinner at the Long Table, slated for Fall 2016. [Eater]

Starting Friday at 4 p.m. and continuing Saturday, a sample sale at Horizons vintage shop in Williamsburg will feature clothing, jewelry, and design supplies. []

Now that we know President Obama might want to to NYC after his second term, these are some reasons why the First Family should settle in Brooklyn. [Daily Intelligencer]