Police say the 27-year-old woman who was found dead Wednesday in an Alphabet City housing project, Brooke Garcia, likely died of strangulation. [DNA Info]

A developer paid $27.5 million for a Williamsburg warehouse at 58 Gerry Street, the future home of an Orthodox Jewish community center. [The Real Deal]

Plans for a rooftop bar above Delancey Street’s Holiday Inn have been abandoned. [Bowery Boogie]

On Rivington Street, culture hub ABC No Rio‘s forthcoming renovations have been delayed in favor of additional fundraising. [Bowery Boogie]

Trapizzino, a Roman pizza shop with an outpost in Japan, will make its American debut on Orchard Street later this month. [Eater NY]

Late last month East Side Ink, a 25-year-old tattoo shop, moved one storefront south on Avenue B. [EV Grieve]

The programmers of Nighthawk Cinema in Williamsburg recently participated in a Q&A about the state of theater in NYC. [Observer]

According to a new round-up, Little Skips in Bushwick and the three local Vanessa’s Dumpling House locations will supply you with some of the city’s best hangover-quelling foods. [Gothamist]