(Photo: Nicole Disser)

(Photo: Nicole Disser)

A property management company put 18 Brooklyn properties on the market (including two in Williamsburg) for $80 million. [Commercial Observer]

Development firm Thor Equities will pay $30 million for the Bedford Avenue property that previously housed a Salvation Army. [The Real Deal]

The Children’s Museum of Manhattan on the Upper West Side will no longer relocate to a larger space in the forthcoming Essex Crossing development. [The Real Deal]

Renderings were released of the 10-story addition planned for the former Provident Loan Society at Houston and Essex Streets. [City Realty]

On the Lower East Side, a pair of city councilmen want the NYCHA to rename The Henry Rutgers Houses because the titular Revolutionary War hero was also a slaveowner. [NY Observer]

Harper’s Bazaar photographed a lingerie-clad Gwyneth Paltrow inside the Associated Supermarket in Greenpoint. [The Cut]

Vice co-founder Gavin McInnes recently sold his Metropolitan Avenue penthouse for $2.2 million. [The Real Deal]

In a nod to the Lower East Side, a pickle shop called Dickson’s Fine Brines will open next week inside Chelsea Market. [Eater NY]

The builder and brainchildren of the Trump Zoltar Machine that was carted around Brooklyn and Manhattan this weekend discussed their project with a reporter. [Gothamist]

Bushwick, Greenpoint and the East Village were all name checked in this round-up of 16 under-rated Big Apple brunch destinations. [Gothamist]