As part of the Essex Crossing development, plans for a 25-story, 263-unit mixed-use building on Broome Street were submitted yesterday. [The Real Deal]
Beginning in November, a Delancey Street space owned by Samy Mafar will become a temporary gallery for “lowbrow” artists. [Bowery Boogie]
At the newly-opened Drunken Dumpling in the East Village, since only one employee knows how to make the restaurant’s signature XL soup dumplings, only 25 are made per day and they’ve been selling out within minutes. [Eater NY]
In Williamsburg, a Craigslist user is offering up his free grand piano, which has been dismembered to hold 100 beer bottles and start conversations. [Brokelyn]
Correction: This post was revised to correct the spelling of Brokelyn.