Nabe News: March 14

Posted on: March 14th, 2011 at 1:22 pm by

Police arrested a 19-year-old male in connection with the murder of Jomali Morales inside the Baruch Houses last month [DNAinfo; Previously]

A real estate broker purchased The Eldridge for $300,000, not $500,000 as earlier speculated.  The buyer is an ex-model who wishes to make the new nightspot more “inclusive.” [NY Post via Eater]

The hipster trap.  Watch your step! [Gothamist]

How do you feel about sidewalk seating for the new Bowery outpost of Veselka? [EV Grieve]

The death toll from Saturday’s bus crash has just reached fifteen.  Passengers were returning to Manhattan from Mohegan Sun casino [Cityroom]

Stellina, sister spot to Sorella, is finally open [Fork in the Road; Previously]

Celebrating the heroes of the Triangle Shirtwaist Fire – the elevator operators.  Between the two men, over 150 people were reportedly saved [Ephemeral NY]

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