According to police, a 68-year-old man found a pink box in the garbage containing a heart that “appeared to be human” Wednesday morning outside of a housing project on FDR Drive in the East Village. [NY Daily News]
A real estate firm secured a $139 million loan to refinance 12 Williamsburg properties. [The Real Deal]
In Williamsburg, a private equity firm will assist a real estate investment firm with buying the Brooklyn Bowl/Brooklyn Brewery complex for the previously published sum of $37 million. [The Real Deal]
At the corner of Prince and Mulberry Streets, the Noho’s Met Foodmarket space is currently on the market. [Bowery Boogie]
500 Kent Avenue, a 2.5-acre Williamsburg lot, is also for sale, though the price has not been released. [DNA Info]
On Manhattan Avenue, eight affordable housing units are available via lottery to New Yorkers with disabilities, with rental prices starting at $532/month. [6sqft]
The Tompkins Square Halloween Dog Parade returns to the East Village next Saturday afternoon.