New York Costumes purchased its Fourth Avenue residence of 21 years for $24.5 million. [The Real Deal]

Japanese lifestyle brand Muji will open it’s first Brooklyn store at 200 Wythe Avenue in September. [Curbed NY]

Having recently relocated to Greenwich Avenue, actress Meg Ryan sold her Mercer Street apartment of four years for $9.9 million. [LLNYC]

Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams is advocating for more affordable housing at the eight-building Williamsburg development where Pfizer once stood. [Curbed NY]

A Korean BBQ and Chinese hot pot spot, 99 Favor Taste, recently debuted its fifth Tri-state area location at 37 St. Marks Place. [Eater NY]

Bushwick’s best-known polyamorous house, Hacienda Villa, has sired an open-to-the-public sexual education hub called Hacienda Studio. [Bushwick Daily]

Moore Street digital mapping company CARTO will host a free Riders Alliance-sponsored event tonight—”Buses, Beers and Bytes: A Happy Hour for Tech and Public Transit in New York”—from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. [DNA Info]

Read a Q&A with the married co-founders of Plant Apothecary, a Greenpoint-based line of skincare products. [Greenpointers]