Centre-fuge Public Art Project, Cycle 15: Miss Zukie

(Photo: Scott Lynch)

According to paperwork filed yesterday, developer Simon Dushinsky spent $53 million for 12 residential properties along Bushwick Avenue between Montieth and Forrest Streets. [The Real Deal]

Noho sneaker purveyor Kith will debut a 3K-square-foot expansion this weekend on the corner of Broadway and Bleecker Street. [WWD]

When Gansevoort Market opens Monday near the start of the High Line, the food haven will include sister sites of the East Village’s Sushi Dojo, Lower East Side’s Bruffin Cafe, and Greenpoint’s Champion Coffee. [Eater NY]

Bowery Meat Company, opening later this year on E. 1st Street, will include the repurposed wooden beams from MercBar, the Soho watering hole that closed in 2013. [Eater NY]

Restaurants Pig and Khao on the Lower East Side and Yuji Ramen (currently based at Okonomi) in Williamsburg are vying for the same chunk of grant money to fund expansion efforts. [Eater NY]

Read all about Ludlow Street’s ongoing commercial facelift. [Wall Street Journal]

The Greenpoint YMCA on Meserole Avenue will host an open house tomorrow from noon to 4 p.m. [Brokelyn]

Last night photographers James and Karla Murray recreated the iconic lost storefronts of CBGBs and Love Saves The Day on an Alphabet City rooftop to celebrate the decade anniversary of the East Village Community Coalition. [EV Grieve]

In honor of its new cookbook, Greenpoint’s Ovenly bakery shared its recipe for peanut butter cookies, salted chocolate chip cookies, and currant rosemary scones. [Refinery 29]