Just 18 months after acquiring them, Raphael Toledano of Brookhill Properties is selling a portfolio of 300 East Village apartments and 15 retail spaces. [The Real Deal]

Read a dispatch from Cat Marnell’s book party at new Bushwick bar Private Party. [Observer]

The Cornelia Street Cafe is approaching 40 and in need of help. [Off the Grid]

The company behind the William Vale Hotel is using it to raise $166 million in bonds. [The Real Deal]

East Williamsburg fish joint Cape House is launching a basement music venue. [Bushwick Daily]

The Death by Audio documentary is playing at Nitehawk, with the director in attendance. [Hyperallergic]

Here’s what to expect at the Greenpointers Valentine’s Market. [Greenpointers]

Turntable Lab has left its home in the East Village and will soon reopen on East 10th. [Brooklyn Vegan]

A restaurant called Clay Pot is coming to St. Marks Place. [EV Grieve]

Here’s a rendering of the 13-story hotel that’ll be built across from Webster Hall. [CityRealty via EV Grieve]