This afternoon, the Coalition to Protect Chinatown & the Lower East Side will host a rally at City Hall to challenge the “racist rezoning” allegedly implemented by the de Blasio administration. [Bowery Boogie]

In response to last year’s controversial closure of the Rivington House nursing home, this week the City Council passed a bill that says mayors must directly sign off on any potential changes to deed restrictions. [Crain’s NY]

Flooring warehouse Grand Tile Corp. will relocate to Williamsburg by the end of the month following 34 years on Essex Street. [Bowery Boogie]

The Berkley, a new 95-unit rental property on N. 8th Street, is now on the market for just under $69 million. [The Real Deal]

At 119 St. Marks Place, a Vietnamese restaurant called Hà Nội House will replace Luca Bar, which shuttered in April 2015. [EV Grieve]

A $10K crowdfunding campaign has been launched by the year-old First Avenue bar Big Lee’s/Hard Swallow Saloon. [EV Grieve]

Aska, the Williamsburg eatery that received two Michelin stars earlier this year, also earned a three-star review from Pete Wells yesterday. [NY Times]

Midtown’s Salvation Taco, an April Bloomfield and Ken Friedman collaboration, will boast a Williamsburg sibling starting this spring inside of a Driggs Avenue hotel. [Eater NY]