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(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

Monday morning in Williamsburg, a Wilson Street building collapsed, temporarily trapping two people. [Patch]

On the Lower East Side, Streit’s Matzo factory will be replaced with condos. [Real Deal]

The Ludlow Street warehouse that’s home to Hotel Chantelle is seeking a buyer. [Bowery Boogie]

Per the ExxonMobile settlement of 2011, $4.25 million will be divvied up between five Greenpoint projects, including the Greenpoint Monitor Museum. [DNA Info]

In Williamsburg, the century-old Jackson Street Settlement House is selling a cookbook of locally-sourced recipes to help fund the purchase of a new building for $18 million. [Brooklyn Paper]

Chairlift, the musical duo of Patrick Wimberly and Caroline Polachek, answered a bunch of questions about their love of Greenpoint. [VICE]

Take a look at the festive Humboldt Street residence dubbed “The Gingerbread House.” [DNA Info]

Watch the first episode of a new web series called Kings of the Underground, which focuses on the best street football teams citywide.