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A $65 million, 75K-sqaure-foot mixed-use building is planned for 120 Union Avenue in Williamsburg. [The Real Deal]

When the 10-unit apartment building 42 Crosby Street is complete, its parking spaces will cost $1 million apiece. [NY Times]

Houston Street staple Russ & Daughters will open a 75-seat cafe inside Fifth Avenue’s Jewish Museum. [NY Observer]

In other Houston Street news, veteran Lower East Side bartender Giuseppe Gonzalez filed paperwork for a new bar called Suffolk Arms. [Bowery Boogie]

Shalom Chai—the Lower East Side’s shuttered last kosher pizzeria—could be replaced by either Alex Raij and Eder Montero’s new Spanish restaurant, a venture from Prune vet Ned Baldwin, a Pickle Guys spinoff, or another kosher eatery. [The Lo-Down]

Per Community Board 3, Taqueria Lower East Side is making a move from Orchard Street to St. Marks Place. [Bowery Boogie]

A salon called Shampoo Avenue B will open in mid-October at 42 Avenue B. [EV Grieve]

Fans of the Williamsburg gallery Pierogi feared an apartment conversion when scaffolding recently debuted on the N.9th Street site. The construction facade is actually part of an art installation. [Brownstoner]

Tenants of Knickerbocker Village on the Lower East Side are opposing a 13 percent rent increase. [The Real Deal]

Tonight at 7:30 p.m., Oiselle (a maker of women’s running clothes), and Brooklyn Running Co. are sponsoring a run across the Williamsburg Bridge. Finishers will receive free champagne. [Racked NY]

Merge Records commissioned an Arcade Fire mural on the corner of N.10th Street and Driggs Avenue to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the band’s debut album, Funeral. [Brooklyn Vegan]

To appease local officials, Boobie Trap bar in Bushwick will hide its neon “fuck off” sign until 9 p.m. everyday. [DNA Info]

Chef Michael Psilakis is opening a 10K-square-foot Williamsburg outpost of his Queens-based, Greek mini-chain MP Taverna on Driggs Avenue. [Brooklyn Magazine]

This round-up of the city’s 21 most-anticipated fall store openings spotlights 3.1 Phillip Lim, Ramy Brook and TOMS in Noho; Babel Fair, Catbird, J.Crew and Madewell in Williamsburg; and several shops in Soho. [Racked NY]

The glossiest fashion magazine of them all ranked Bushwick the seventh coolest neighborhood in the world. [Vogue]

And here’s 10 products with “Bushwick” in the title, including a style of Vans and a North Face jacket. [Bushwick Daily]

In Greenpoint, Scandinavian coffee shop Budin‘s $10 Lakkris lattes will be half-price from September 12 through 20 in honor of the NORTH Nordic Food Festival. [Brokelyn]

This weekend the Renegade Craft Fair returns to Brooklyn, setting up shop at 50 Kent from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. [Brokelyn]

On October 15, Nitehawk Cinema will honor the 20th anniversary of Pulp Fiction with a multi-course Tarantinoesque feast for $75/person. [Eater NY]

Pickle Day returns to the Lower East Side for the second straight year on October 19. [Bowery Boogie]