Residents who are suing their landlord over the 2nd Avenue explosion of two years ago fear that an impending sale will prevent them from receiving settlement money. [NY Post]

A teenager who fell to his death from the roof of a Bushwick building may have believed that he was being chased by police. [NY Daily News]

The former Pfizer site in South Williamsburg will be converted to “upscale religious housing” for Orthodox Jews. [The Real Deal].

Police were aware that Brooklyn Asylum was a problem spot well before a shooting occurred at the Bushwick club, but they failed to notify the State Liquor Authority. [DNAinfo]

Angelica Kitchen has been raising funds to pay back suppliers before its closure. [DNAinfo]

The owners of an East Village dive are locked in a legal battle with the previous operators. [DNAinfo]

The developer of the 45-unit condo that will replace the former Streit’s matzo factory just scored a $67M construction loan. [The Real Deal]

Robert Sietsema did a taco crawl through Bushwick. [Eater]

How one woman “found self-love in Bushwick through Taoist breast massages and meditation.” [Brokelyn]

A much-awaited ramen joint, Chuko, is finally set to open in Bushwick. [Bushwick Daily]