On-shuttered Pearl River Mart will now open a 3500-square-foot outpost inside Chelsea Market. [The Real Deal]

Brooklyn politicians encouraged local landlords to join forces to pitch Amazon on building its new $5 billion headquarters in the borough.
[NY Daily News]

Yesterday two former Google employees earned social media jeers for launching Bodega, a vending machine start-up that would render corner stores obsolete. [Fast Company]

Last night on Avenue C, veterans of The Wayland unveiled their newest Alphabet City bar, The Lost Lady. [Grub Street]

Manhattan Avenue pub The Habitat will host a closing party Saturday beginning at 2 p.m., with the goal of downing its entire stock. [Greenpointers]

Alexander Wang took over Bushwick’s Scott Avenue for his New York Fashion Week presentation Saturday. [Bushwick Daily]

Six-year-old Greenpoint Tattoo Company is the backdrop for an upcoming web series, Ink Inc., debuting in November. [Greenpointers]

St. John’s Church in Greenpoint reached its 150th birthday thanks to a minister who was living the “lesbian redneck dream” just two years ago. [DNA Info]