Vice Media is on the move again; its creative advertising agency, Carrot Creative, is taking new office space in Dumbo. [Curbed NY]

A real estate firm paid $15.5 million for Ludlow Street’s Comfort Inn. [The Real Deal]

Residents of 43 Essex Street now have cooking gas after more than a year without it. [Bowery Boogie]

Four years after purchasing an $18 million Greenpoint space, sculptor Barry X Ball will move his staff and studio there from their current home in Williamsburg. [Wall Street Journal]

Acme veteran Mads Refslund will open a forthcoming elements-themed eatery in Williamsburg. [Meridian]

Tonight at 7 p.m., chef and TV host Anthony Bourdain will sign copies of his latest, Appetites: A Cookbook at Barnes & Noble Union Square.

Tomorrow, Bushwick bar The Bodega will begin serving a menu by chef Myo Moe, who oversees the space’s Rangoon NoodleLab pop-up. [Bushwick Daily]

The Times assembled a street style gallery from Williamsburg Whole Foods shoppers. [NYT]

Read a history of the Eckford Club, the Greenpoint baseball team that won back-to-back national championships in the 1860s. [Greenpointers]

Correction: The original version of this post was revised because it misstated that Vice was moving its Williamsburg offices.