On August 23, police say the man in this photo fired several shots at a person (and missed) outside 46 Madison Street on the Lower East Side. [DNA Info]

The developer of One Manhattan Square received a $500 million construction loan to complete the project, which was $150 million less than the original loan amount. [The Real Deal] Incidentally, apartment prices at the Lower East Side tower have recently been lowered by five percent. [The Real Deal]

Icon Realty paid $5.75 million for the five-story building that housed Surma Books & Music for nearly a century. [EV Grieve]

A Breaking Bad-inspired, Istanbul import called Walter’s Coffee Roastery debuted last month on Irving Avenue in Bushwick. [Eater NY]

Beginning Saturday on Bowery, sculptures and oil painting prints by the late Dr. Seuss will be on display at Pop International Galleries. [Town & Village]

See if your favorite neighborhood hangout made this round-up of Greenpoint’s five best dive bars.  [Greenpointers]

Just weeks after its bakery was showcasing a LaCroix-shaped cake, Bedford Avenue’s Whole Foods doubled  down with a giant school bus display made from cases of the sparkling water. [Eater NY]