An affiliate of real estate broker-cum-investor Raphael Toledano’s Brookhill Properties filed bankruptcy protection Tuesday on collection of 15 East Village addresses.
[The Real Deal]

Locals are trying to raise $250K by June to convert a onetime Wythe Avenue firehouse into a community center. [Brownstoner]

Third Avenue’s Village Pourhouse will reportedly shutter Monday, making way for the music venue E.Vil.
[EV Grieve]

In May, the city’s curbside composting pickup program will be implemented in Williamsburg. [Brooklyn Paper]

Pop-up gallery Protocinema will takeover the former G&S Sporting Goods space on Essex Street for the next month. [Bowery Boogie]

Despite lobbying by its visitors, the Metropolitan Recreation Center in Williamsburg will not increase the number of women-only swim hours, said a Parks Department spokesperson. [DNA Info]

The North Brooklyn Y.M.C.A. will host a public forum Friday for Bushwick residents to talk community issues with Public Advocate Letitia James. RSVP required. [Bushwick Daily]

Tour a fifth-floor walk-up apartment on E. 3rd Street, currently on the market for $899K.
[Curbed NY]