Jon P. Waulters, a 50-year-old Bushwick resident, was arrested Wednesday after attempting five Gotham bank robberies this week. [Bushwick Daily]

Landmark Sunshine Cinema was purchased for $31.5 million and will shutter in January, clearing the way for a retail and office development. [NY Post]

Paperwork was submitted for an 11-story, 104-room hotel planned for Bedford Avenue between S. 4th and 5th Streets. [The Real Deal]

A German real estate investor picked up a six-story, 41-unit apartment building in Williamsburg for $23 million. [The Real Deal]

Ovenly will open its fourth NYC bakery this fall on N. 5th Street in Williamsburg. [ will relocate on Ludlow Street, replacing the five-months-gone Taquitoria. [Bowery Boogie]

Broome Street’s Kehila Kedosha Janina synagogue will oversee the third annual Greek Jewish Festival on Sunday afternoon. [Bowery Boogie]

Two pricy hotel pools near McCarren Park will resume welcoming swimmers one week from today. [Free Williamsburg]

Zizi Limona in Williamsburg and Wafa’s Express in Bushwick both made this round-up of the city’s 11 top falafel purveyors. [Gothamist]