Four months after opening its first Brooklyn outpost in Williamsburg, Apple signed a lease at the Fort Greene space that was previously home to BAM South. [The Real Deal]

This week the theoretical 16-mile route was unveiled for the Brooklyn Queens Connector, a 16-mile streetcar that would take at least eight years to construct. [NY Times]

Tuesday night, the group Transportation Alternatives rallied near an entrance to the Williamsburg Bridge, advocating for a more bike and pedestrian-friendly Grand Street. [Gothamist]

Restauranteur Danny Meyer submitted a liquor license application for 55 Third Avenue, the proposed home for his latest venture, Martina. [EV Grieve]

Tonight the Andrew Carmellini eatery Leuca, serving up Southen Italy-inspired fare, will debut on the ground floor of The William Vale Hotel in Williamsburg. [NY Times]

Brooklyn Kitchen will fete its 10th anniversary tomorrow night with a free blowout catered by Greenpoint Fish & Lobster Co., Samesa, Brooklyn Brewery and Union Beer Distributors. RSVP here. [Greenpointers]

Noho, the East Village and Williamsburg were all name-checked in this round-up of bars where customers can score free snacks. [Gothamist]

Meet Ivy Weinglass, the Greenpoint artist behind IIIVVVYYY Ceramics, a brand available at Homecoming and M. Carter. [Greenpointers]