Lower East Side tenant Daniel Young, 30, has been charged with groping an eight-year-old girl in an Essex Street courtyard one month ago. [DNA Info]

One of future Rikers resident Steve Croman’s East Village real estate partners filed a lawsuit yesterday in Manhattan State Supreme Court to block Edward Croman from assuming his son’s managerial duties. [The Real Deal]

Two Boots Pizza founders Phil Hartman and Doris Kornish, who broke up nearly three decades ago, are in the midst of bankruptcy proceedings on the five-story East Village townhouse they once shared. [Wall Street Journal]

Fourteen units of affordable housing (starting at $589/month) are available via lottery on Ten Eyck Street in Williamsburg through July 24. [DNA Info]

Clinton Street’s Paloma Rocket closed after 14 months, but its owner plans to reopen the self-serve beer spot in the East Village. [EV Grieve]

Meanwhile, following a 40 percent rent increase, Prohibition Bakery vacated its Clinton Street storefront of five years. [Bowery Boogie]

Ikinari, the Japanese chain of standing room-only steakhouses that debuted on E. 10th Street in February, will soon expand into Chelsea and Hell’s Kitchen. [Eater NY]

Founded in 2009, music festival Out in the Streets returns to North Brooklyn next weekend. Tickets range from $15 to $25. [Brokelyn]