Bushwick Economic Development Corp., the non-profit that oversees the Bronx property where twin sisters died last month because of an errant radiator, had as many as 185 open violations at a separate Bronx site it operates. [The Real Deal]

Police arrested a 22-year-old man for burglary last Friday, alleging he stole a $400 bicycle from a Clinton Street apartment last month. [DNA Info]

Residents of the Lower East Side met with developers for a second time Wednesday to voice concerns about a series of planned waterfront skyscrapers. [Curbed NY] In addition, protesters interrupted the meeting. [Bowery Boogie]

Knockdown Center in Bushwick raised $50K last weekend for five progressive organizations advocating improved healthcare, gender quality, and treatment of immigrants. [Bushwick Daily]

Artists Michael McDevitt and Otis Kriegel painted an inclusive, Educational Alliance-sponsored mural featuring the start of the Declaration of Independence in five languages, which will be unveiled Monday morning at East Broadway’s Manny Cantor Center. [Bowery Boogie]

CBS President Les Moonves toured a two-bedroom, $2.2 million co-op on Fourth Avenue with his son, Adam, who co-owns the Chinatown bar Mr. Fong’s. [NY Post]

Tour a duplex and triplex at 184 Russell Street in Greenpoint, currently on the market for more than $4.6 million combined. [Brownstoner]