Today is Cup & Saucer‘s last day of serving customers at 89 Canal Street. [Bowery Boogie]

The oldest prisoner in U.S. custody, 100-year-old Greenpoint-born John “Sonny” Franzese, was released from prison after completing a half-century sentence for bank robbery. [Greenpointers]

Prospective businesses whose proprietors will present to Community Board 3 tonight include an American eatery from Blind Barber veterans, and “dog friendly coffee shop” Boris & Horton. [EV Grieve]

Four of the 14 Lorimer Street apartments that replaced New Warsaw Bakery have popped up on the market, ranging from $1.6 to $2.7 million. [Curbed NY]

Sound stage company Broadway Stages submitted paperwork to build a new 180K space at 277 Monitor Street. [The Real Deal]

Fendi just opened a 5700-square-foot boutique on Greene Street in Soho. [Observer]

A Mediterranean bar called Petra’s recently debuted on Bushwick’s Evergreen Avenue. [Bushwick Daily]

Read a Q&A with Daniel Lewis, co-owner of North Brooklyn’s two Brooklyn Tailors outposts. [NY Times]