Knock 'Em Dead

(Photo: Scott Lynch)

Read about the ongoing exodus of Chelsea galleries to the Lower East Side. [Bloomberg Business]

On Clinton Street, construction is underway on a two-way protected bike lane. [Bowery Boogie]

A.K. Shoe Repair shuttered after 15 years on E. 9th Street. [DNA Info]

Orchard Street Chinese-American restaurant Fung Tu has been sidelined for seven weeks due to lack of gas. [Bowery Boogie]

A restaurant called Tut will replace E. Third Street’s Casablanca. [EV Grieve]

Interior renderings were revealed at The Gibraltar, a 14-unit condo-in-progress on Greenpoint’s West Street. [NY YIMBY]

Tonight in free events: a new exhibition called “Evidence of Living,” featuring hundreds of anonymous hand-penned letters, will be feted at miLES Made on the Lower East Side (7 to 10 p.m.); and the latest iteration of the monthly Miss Manhattan Non-Fiction Reading Series will commence downstairs at Niagara in the East Village. [The Skint]