Music venue Aviv will close its current location in October, less than two years after arriving in Greenpoint. [Brooklyn Vegan]

In Bushwick, paperwork was submitted to covert the warehouse at 314 Scholes Street into an office building with a ground floor and rooftop retail component. [The Real Deal]

A new brewery called Interboro Spirits & Ales will debut next month at 942 Grand Street in Williamsburg. [Grub Street]

On Monday, NY Deli & Grill officially replaced Poppy’s Gourmet Corner in Alphabet City. [EV Grieve]

The bar Miller’s Near and Far recently shuttered on Rivington Street after three years in business, clearing the way for Hemlock Restaurant. [Bowery Boogie]

Number-crunchers predict that the 2019 L train shutdown could cause the rent of Williamsburg one-bedrooms to drop by $200 to $450/month. [FiveThirtyEight]

This round-up includes five much-anticipated restaurants opening this fall in Bushwick, Greenpoint and Williamsburg. [Brooklyn Magazine] Parm, Bunker and Harvey are also Williamsburg-bound. [Grub Street]

Six-month-old pizzeria Norbert’s III will start serving beer and wine next week. [Bushwick Daily]

Next Thursday night, Our Wicked Lady will host a Dirty Dancing-themed bash with no cover charge. [Bushwick Daily]

Spend the next 76 seconds watching the staff at Morgenstern’s Finest Ice Cream assemble five treats in this drool-worthy video. [Eater NY]