A new rendering reveals plans for a 12-story addition to the roof of 223-225 East Houston Street. [Bowery Boogie]
Restauranteur Georges Forgeois is selling his three-story home at 170 Eldridge Street for $12 million. [Bowery Boogie]
Last week the Department of Homeless Services agreed to pay $117K to Grace Ihetu, a deaf woman in Bushwick who was denied access to a sign language interpreter while she was staying in local shelters. [Brooklyn Paper]
Greenpoint’s The Diamond will host the first ever Brooklyn Mutt Show on November 8th. [Brooklyn Paper]
On E. 7th Street, sandwich shop Le Petit Parisien will replace Pilar Jewelry Repair. [EV Grieve]
Tonight in Williamsburg, Videology will screen a series of witch-themed movie clips beginning at 7 p.m. (free). [The Skint]
Tuesday night at 7 p.m., Gloria Steinem will be at Barnes & Noble Union Square to promote her new book, My Life on the Road.
Root & Bone in the East Village recently added a Chicken Fried Stuffed Cheeseburger to its menu. [Gothamist]