In Williamsburg, a broker was served a $15 million lawsuit for allegedly fabricating condo renderings and fibbing about forthcoming construction to sell her personal residence for $1.9 million. [NY Post]

The East Village’s Momofoku Noodle Bar will beget a second, 4K-square-foot outpost next year at the Time Warner Center. [Eater NY]

A veteran of Butter and 1Oak will unveil a new E. 4th Street restaurant today, Broken Coconut, boasting the slogan, “Eat pretty.” [NY Post]

Today is the final one to visit SHUT Skateboards on Orchard Street, which will unveil another brick-and-mortar presence this spring. [Bowery Boogie]

Meanwhile, men and women’s clothier Quinn NYC will vacate its Orchard Street home of less than five years, consolidating into its South Street Seaport outpost. [Bowery Boogie]

Bar Veloce, which was founded in the East Village 17 years ago, is planning a ninth location, this time in Hell’s Kitchen. [DNA Info]

McCarren Hotel & Pool’s new eatery, Thaimee at McCarren, recently began serving hungry Williamsburg visitors. [Eater NY]

One-fourth of the units inside the 80 East 10th Street condominium (known as Eighty East Tenth) are for sale. These options range from $1.9 to $7.9 million. [Curbed NY]