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Following an article in The Post about the number of sex offenders residing in a Kip’s Bay homeless shelter, the Department of Homeless Services relocated the 12+ men to a facility on Greenpoint’s Clay Street. [NY Post]

Ben Shaoul’s real estate company received a $97 million loan for a planned residential complex at 196 Orchard Street on the Lower East Side. [The Real Deal]

Eight-month-old EV restaurant Tuome is back in business following last month’s kitchen fire. [Grub Street]

Last week Gogo Gone bike shop debuted on Eldridge Street. [Bowery Boogie]

Williamsburg eatery Maison Premiere will boast a bevy of Derby Day festivities on May 2. [Eater NY]

The East Village, Lower East Side and Nolita were all name-dropped in this round-up of the city’s priciest summer rental pads. [Curbed NY]