Yesterday afternoon, a dead man was found floating in the East River near 14th Street. Police believe he was 24 years old and homeless. [Town & Village]

According to new details released by the Brooklyn District Attorney, when 26-year-old off-duty police officer Stefan Hoyte crashed into a car on the Williamsburg Bridge in mid-March, he was driving 111 miles per hour. The crash killed another car passenger, Amanda Miner, who was celebrating her 21st birthday that evening. [Bowery Boogie]

A mailman made three visits to an E. 14th Street medical marijuana dispensary Saturday, ultimately kicking in the door and hitting the pair of cops who arrested him. [Gothamist]

Metropolitan Avenue coffee shop The End Brooklyn—which launched their Unicorn Lattes five months before Starbucks debuted Unicorn Frappucinos—is now suing the java behemoth. [Eater NY]

On Extra Place in the East Village, David Chang eatery Momofuku Ko plans to increase its square footage. [EV Grieve]

“Blame Brooklyn, blame hipsters: Avocado prices are out of control” reads an economic site’s recent headline. [Market Watch]

Tour the East Village triplex belonging to djay and Seagram heiress Hannah Bronfman. [Architectural Digest]

Peek inside a brightly-accessorized, four-bedroom Williamsburg townhouse that dates back to the 1800s. [Curbed NY]