(Photo: Scott Lynch)

A 23-year-old woman chased down the thief who stole her iPhone Sunday in  Williamsburg, but was unable to reclaim the contents of her wallet. Also, two Subarus and a motorcycle were stolen from North Brooklyn this weekend. [DNA Info]

In this surveillance video from Friday, watch a man steal a family bike near McCarren Playground in under 10 seconds. [Gothamist]

Brooklyn’s median rent price in August ($2,808) was down 1.5 percent from a year ago, ending a 14-month streak of increases. [The Real Deal]

A new tenant search is underway for the retail space at 108 Delancey Street. [Massey Knakel]

The team behind the Lower East Side’s forthcoming Essex Crossing development endorsed the Lowline and said they’re not envisioning another version of Battery Park City. [The Lo-Down]

Otto’s Tacos will double their NYC presence, adding a West Village outpost. [Grub Street]

Noho restaurant Il Buco Alimentari e Vineria appointed a new executive chef: Roger Martinez. [Grub Street]

Saturday at 7 p.m., Bushwick’s newest photo lab and dark room, ArtPhotoArt [APA], will celebrate its opening with a party. [Bushwick Daily]

Where are 10 places in Brooklyn where you can take a class for less than $13? [Brokelyn]

And this round-up of the borough’s best BYOB restaurants includes Shinobi Ramen in Williamsburg, Lomzynianka in Greenpoint, and Pasta Shop in Bushwick. [Brokelyn]

Find out the 10 biggest events coming to Bushwick this fall. [Bushwick Daily]

Pengallan, a fancy line of men’s accessories, has a pop-up shop at Rekover Projects Gallery on Franklin Avenue in Greenpoint through September 28. [Racked NY]

Kickstarter-funded public art project Alley Art will wrap its 12K-mile, 14-city summer journey this weekend at The Living Gallery in Bushwick. [Bushwick Daily]

The Brooklyn Flea in Williamsburg is taking this Sunday off. [Brooklyn Flea]