Paul Kostabi on Ideal Glass

(Photo: Scott Lynch)

Previously the site of several nightclubs, 141 Chrystie Street—which has been on the market since June—is now being pitched as a development site that could net an estimated $15 million. [Buzz Buzz Home]

A 21-year-old bicyclist in Bushwick was hit by a car on Himrod Street and hospitalized with serious (but not life threatening) injuries, says the FDNY. [DNA Info]

Along with three other East Side buildings, the four-story, nine-unit residence at 216 E.13th Street is for sale for a combined $24 million. [The Real Deal]
This week Community Board 1 in Williamsburg okayed an eight-story, 51-unit affordably housing structure for 695 Grand Street. [Brownstoner]

When Williamsburg’s Brooklyn Ale House closes later this month, it will be replaced by a bar called George and Jack’s. [Gothamist]

Police say a female fivesome stole $1,100 worth of items from American Apparel in Williamsburg last Wednesday. [DNA Info]

French/Italian restaurant Andalucia Bar Lounge opened two weeks ago on Bushwick Avenue. [Brownstoner]

Today until 8 p.m., get a free 12-ounce custom juice at Summers Juice and Coffee on S.4th Street in Williamsburg. [DNA Info]

On Saturday at 7:30 p.m., get two free beers with your $4 ticket to Greenpoint Comedy Night‘s Special [G train] Shutdown Show at Word bookstore; on Sunday at 7 p.m. Presentation Party Night [PPN] celebrates its fourth anniversary at Brooklyn Desks in Bushwick (free, RSVP here). [Greenpointers]

Monday night the weeklong Brooklyn Comedy Festival begins with free shows at Spike Hill in Williamsburg and Bar Matchless in Greenpoint, plus an opening night party at Union Pool. View schedule here to RSVP to shows featuring Dave Hill and Sasheer Zamata. [Brooklyn Based]

This round-up of Brooklyn’s Best New Boutiques namechecks Courtshop, Electric Nest, Feltraiger, and Sword-Smith in Williamsburg; plus DOOMEDnyc in Greenpoint and Chess and the Sphinx in Bushwick. [L Magazine]

Formerly home to P.S. 12 on the Lower East Side, the recently-converted condo building at 371 Madison Street changed its name from The Madison Jackson to The School House. Rents start at just below $3K/month. [Buzz Buzz Home]

Jim Power, the artist behind Astor Place’s mosaic lampposts, started tearing down his installations yesterday before the city does it for him as part of the intersection’s proposed $16 million renovation. [DNA Info]

According to a new report, the gap is closing between East and West Village rents. [Massey Knakal Reel]

Learn the history of the 123-year-old “Temperance” fountain in Tompkins Square Park. [Off the Grid]