(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

Williamsburg’s William Vale hotel is expected to open in April, complete with third-floor pool. [Curbed]

Time to put in those apps for affordable housing units for as low as $756 per month in Williamsburg. [DNAinfo]

The man who filmed Eric Garner’s death has been arrested following a domestic dispute with his wife in the Baruch Houses. [Gothamist]

The City Council is introducing a set of gas safety bills this week, in the wake of the deadly Harlem and East Village explosions. [Capital NY]

Popular East Village chicken joint Bobwhite Counter is opening a West Village spinoff. [Twitter]

Laurel Gitlin Gallery is closing after seven years on the LES. [Artnet]

There was a violent brawl at Webster Hall during a performance by rapper Skate Maloley. [AP, PX11]

The Shape of Lies, an East Village jewelry store that’s been open since 1979, is taking a couple of months off. [EV Grieve]

The folks behind Hotel Chantelle have opened The Regal in Williamsburg. [Greenpointers]

Thanks to Uber, there’s a line of idle cabs in Greenpoint. [Crain’s]

Armed robbers bungled two Greenpoint gas-station robberies within two hours of each other. [Brooklyn Paper]

A condo building with 32 residential units and 10 commercial units is headed for 86 Canal Street. [The Real Deal]

Ever wonder how Bushwick got its name? [Brownstoner]