Building manager Michael Hrynenko Jr., who was indicted alongside his mother after two of her Second Avenue properties were destroyed in the Spring 2015 gas line explosion, died at age 31 from an unknown cause. [EV Grieve]

Paperwork has been submitted to fully restore landmarked 74 East 4th Street, the site of La MaMa Experimental Theater Club. [Off the Grid]

Developers hope to build a six-story, 12-unit residence at 330 Grand Street on the Lower East Side. [NY Yimby] Meanwhile, Randall’s Barbecue is vying to replace Shalom Chai Pizza at 359 Grand Street. [The Lo-Down]

An eight-inch swastika that first garnered attention on a Kingsland Avenue sidewalk this June was cemented over by police on Friday. [DNA Info]

A Bushwick woman who pledged to share photos of her tabby cat with anyone who donates to Hurricane Harvey relief efforts has now obliged on Twitter 300-plus times. [NY Post]

As rehearsal for their upcoming Madison Square Garden show, Arcade Fire’s Win Butler and Régine Chassagne will perform Sunday at a $500/person Haiti fundraiser at the Soho Grand Hotel. [Brooklyn Vegan]

Tour one of the first 87 units available at 325 Kent Avenue, where the Domino Sugar Refinery once stood. Each of these initial apartments will rent for between $2,700 and $6,000/month. [Curbed NY]

Parts of “New York,” the first video from St. Vincent’s upcoming, eponymous album, were filmed in Soho and Astor Place. [Curbed NY]