(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

Israel Perlmutter, the former business partner of the late landlord Menchem Starkpurchased a 63-unit residence on Williamsburg’s White Street for $27.5 million. [The Real Deal]

Paperwork was submitted for Myrtle Avenue’s Bossa Nova Civic Club to get a another sibling—a concert hall/nightclub/restaurant with a 1,300-person capacity—on Randolph Street in Williamsburg. [DNA Info]

Apparently, the opening of 21 Greenpoint this weekend, where Bill Murray will be bartending, is actually a closed event and not open to the public. [Gothamist]

Swiss Institute, a non-profit cultural center that recently lost its home in Soho, will relocate to 130 Second Avenue, replacing a Chase Bank. [EV Grieve]

This week, Bushwick clothing brand Elsa and Me commenced with a $10K Kickstarter campaign to grow their business. [Bushwick Daily]

In Williamsburg this weekend, the first ever Cinder Block Comedy Festival will commence. [Brooklyn]

Weedmaps, which bills itself as “Yelp for marijuana,” will soon occupy office space on Orchard Street. [Bowery Boogie]

Next weekend, Flushing Avenue will host The Great Bacon Picnic, where ticket prices will start at $79. [Gothamist]