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Paris Hilton paid $5.25 million for a two-bedroom apartment she’ll share with her seven dogs at 738 Broadway near Astor Place. [NY Post]

One month from tomorrow, NYC will get its first legit, non-temporary cat cafe. The owners of Macaron Parlor in the East Village will open Meow Parlor at 46 Hester Street. [Eater NY]

Landlord Ben Shaoul is looking to unload his six-story, mixed-use building at 62-74 Avenue B for more than $70 million cash. [NY Post]

A Second Avenue apartment building with 3 units—28 of which are rent-stabilized—seeks a buyer with $30 million to spare. [The Real Deal]

More than 100 pre-schoolers could lose their Meserole Street learning center thanks to forthcoming residential development. [The Brooklyn Paper]

East Village Radio will return to the airwaves thanks to a partnership with fellow comeback kid Dash Radio Network. [Brooklyn Vegan]

Before November ends, expect a new coffee shop at 61 Delancey Street. Also, months after shuttering its Third Avenue location, Birdbath Green Bakery will soon occupy 45 Spring Street. [Eater NY]

Past Momofuku sous chef Ian Alvarez will man the kitchen at Prima’s East Village replacement, the French/Japanese tavern Bara, which aims for a December unveiling. [EV Grieve]

Community Board 3 will decide whether a proposed 50-seat burger place called Benson’s gets to set up shop on Essex Street. [Bowery Boogie]

And rejoice, Guns n Roses fans—CB3 could also greenlight a new LES Italian eatery called Spaghetti Incident. [Bowery Boogie]

A rent-increase is forcing Lindsey Thornburg‘s clothing boutique to make the move from Stanton to Orchard Street on the Lower East Side. [Bowery Boogie]

From 6:30 to 8 p.m. tonight in Soho, the Taschen store at 107 Greene Street will celebrate its new architecture book, Cabins, with free drinks and a signing by illustrator Marie-Laure Cruschi.

Tuesday from 6:30 to 8 p.m., the Department of Transportation will host a community meeting at 480 Knickerbocker Avenue about where to install new Bushwick bike lanes. [DNA Info]

Sunday at Shwick market, the newest food hybrid will make its debut: phumplings (part pho, part soup dumpling). [Gothamist]

Some anti-VICE wall art was laid to rest at Death by Audio in Williamsburg, which will imminently close to make way for the expanding media juggernaut. [Brooklyn Vegan]