Marc Cram Concepts, at First Street Green

(Photo: Scott Lynch)

Michael Avila—owner of The Coffee Shop in Bushwick—is being accused of anti-Semitism because of a rant against Jewish landlords who “function via greed and dominance.” He says he was “misunderstood” and is merely “anti-Zionism.” [DNA Info]

This week paperwork was submitted for the latest building in the forthcoming Essex Crossing development, a 26-story mixed-use structure at 115 Delancey Street. [The Real Deal]

Former Greenpoint record store Permanent Records opened in its new location Wednesday, in the South Slope. [Brooklyn Vegan]

Check out the interior of a converted Williamsburg firehouse, now on the market for a little less than $6.5 million. [Curbed NY]

Here’s your guide to get ready for Greenpoint Open Studios this weekend. [Greenpointers]

A new round-up of the city’s 14 best movie theaters gives props to Anthology Film Archives in the East Village, Landmark Sunshine Cinema on the Lower East Side, and Nitehawk Cinema and  Williamsburg Cinemas in Williamsburg. [Gothamist]