Last Wednesday, a 29-year-old was punched multiple times by an unknown assailant while dining on the patio at B Bar and Grill, an encounter captured in security footage. [Gothamist]

Slumlord siblings Joel and Amron Israel were sentenced yesterday to five years probation, 500 hours of community service, and $350K owed toward eight rent-stabilized tenants whose North Brooklyn apartments they destroyed in order to get the residents to relocate. [Gothamist]

Paperwork reveals that a seven-story, 121-unit building on E. 10th Street was purchased for $73 million as part of a portfolio this May. [The Real Deal]

Kushner Companies, the real estate developer helmed by the husband to Donald Trump’s eldest daughter, loaned $33 million to help construct the mixed-use 215 Moore Street in Bushwick. [The Real Deal]

“Club Kid” turned convict Michael Alig, who completes his probation today, is The Rumpus Room‘s new creative consultant. [Page Six]

An Artichoke Basille’s Pizza business partner is leasing 321 E. 14th Street for a “pizza restaurant,” prompting questions about whether the pre-existing ABP on that street is moving. [EV Grieve]

Functioning as a neighborhood pop-up since last year, Duncan’s Burgers signed a five-year contract to serve its fare at Irving Avenue’s Dromedary Bar. [Bushwick Daily]

This Sunday afternoon, Precious Metal on Troutman Avenue brings back its Awkward Family Holiday Pet Photo Shoot & Fundraiser, benefitting two local animal rescue nonprofits. [Bushwick Daily]