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On East 14th Street, the Peter Stuyvesant Post Office—which shuttered in February—will be demolished along with the neighboring single-story building that once housed Stuyvesant Stationary. [EV Grieve]

Ludlow Street nightclub Darkroom NYC was closed by the Department of Health Friday night for wracking up 45 violation points. [Bowery Boogie]

Girls star Zosia Mamet has listed her Bushwick apartment building for $1.6 million, up nearly $600K from what she paid for the place back in November. [Bushwick Daily]

71 Clinton Street, a seven-story mixed-use property, is on the market for $18 million. [Bowery Boogie]

Meanwhile, here’s a rendering of the seven-story, 37-unit condominium set to rise at 50 Clinton Street, where Wylie Dufresne‘s soon-to-close wd~50 currently resides. [Buzz Buzz Home]

Check out the line-up for the 7th annual Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival, coming to Williamsburg on November 7 and 8. [Free Williamsburg]

H&M’s more highbrow European sibling, & Other Stories, debuts stateside Friday at 575 Broadway in Soho. [Style]

Le Fanfare, a new Italian restaurant/jazz club, opened last month on Greenpoint’s Manhattan Avenue. [Greenpointers]

New York magazine food critic Adam Platt gave two stars to Birds & Bubbles on the Lower East Side and zero stars to Root & Bone in the East Village. [Grub Street]

For six weeks beginning tomorrow, 14-year-old Abigail Shapiro will star as the Statue of Liberty in “Liberty: A Monumental New Musical” at Theatre 8o on St. Mark’s Place. [NY Daily News]

East Village photographer Kirra Cheers went on 20 Tinder dates to cull material for her latest black-and-white photo series, “Tinderella.” [Refinery 29]