A female cyclist claims she was physically assaulted by an Uber driver at a busy intersection on August 4, but the police officers who witnessed the encounter failed to act. [Gothamist]

Residents of Greenpoint want the Department of Health to follow up their spring study of Newtown Creek with more in-depth water safety analysis. [DNA Info]

In Williamsburg, an investment firm purchased 315 Seigel Street—a 51-unit apartment building previously owned by the late landlord Menachem Stark—for $39.5 million. [The Real Deal]

Meanwhile, 333 Johnson Avenue, which was acquired for almost $27 million in May 2015, is back on the market for $60 million. [Crain’s NY]

Tonight, House of Yes will host a benefit for nearby circus space The Muse, which is in danger of closing its Moffat Street digs at the end of the month. Tickets begin at $15. [Bushwick Daily]

Bogart Street movie theater Syndicated now shares an address with the new grocery store Natural Market. [Bushwick Daily]

Peek inside the new office building refashioned from the former Schlitz Brewery at 95 Evergreen Avenue in Bushwick. [NY YIMBY]

Every Sunday afternoon from 2 to 6 p.m., Graham Avenue pet supply store Muddy Paws teams up with North Brooklyn Cats for a feline adoption drive. [Greenpointers]