Paperwork has been submitted to replace two previous Driggs Avenue marble yards with these mixed-use buildings. [Brownstoner]

Online luxury consigner The RealReal will make its first foray into brick-and-mortar on Wooster Street (following a December pop-up shop in the neighborhood). [Commercial Observer]

Vegan tapas bar Ladybird will begin welcoming customers to E. 7th Street in about four weeks. [EV Grieve]

Also next month, the third iteration of wellness-geared Montauk Salt Cave will open in the East Village. It remains to be seen whether the relaxation provided will rival that at the nearby Russian Turkish Baths. [EV Grieve]

Before you go, preview the offerings at Bacon Omakase, the porky paradise that arrived last week on Grand Street. [Grub Street]

Coworking space BKLYN Commons is imminently bringing its Prospect-Lefferts Gardens-originating concept to Bushwick. [Bushwick Daily]

Brooklyn-based rock group Shilpa Ray will celebrate their new album, Door Girl, in a pair of September shows at Pianos, where the eponymous lead singer once worked. [Brooklyn Vegan]

Read a history of Greenpoint’s Polka Dot Café, which began as a meat market 21 years ago. [Edible Brooklyn]

Here is an 11-point action plan for Bushwick residents with bedbugs. [Bushwick Daily]