A 74-year-old Lower East Side woman died from injuries sustained when her bicycle was doored on E. 20th Street. [Town & Village]

The Times published a recent piece making the case for Williamsburg residents to stay in the neighborhood during the forthcoming 15-month L train hiatus. [NY Times]

Designer Lindsey Thornburg will forgo her eponymous Orchard Street shop for an appointment-only successor in Chelsea. [Bowery Boogie]

See what’s playing at next month’s seventh annual Lower East Side Film Festival, where the Jim Carrey-produced Showtime series I’m Dying Up Here will premiere. [Observer]

New renderings have been released of the 325 Kent Avenue—the first building on the former Domino Sugar Factory site—which will begin welcoming tenants in July. [NY Times]

Meanwhile, a 4800-square-foot N. 1st Street townhouse boasting flooring salvaged from the site seeks a buyer for just under $7.5 million. [Brownstoner]

At 325 Kent Avenue, the debut retailer will be Mekelburg’s Fine Foods & Craft Beers. [DNA Info]

On Friday afternoon at PS 110, Greening Greenpoint will be distributing four species of free trees for Brooklynites with yards to plant them in. [Greenpointers]