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CurbedWire: Bright Lights, Big City

1) Chelsea: After recent events, State and City officials are taking the nightlife crackdown seriously, as a reader spotted this message last night on the corner of 24th and 10th Ave. Ah, technology. [CurbedWire Inbox]

2) Williamsburg: Is 55 Berry headed towards another price chop? A tipster points out that the building "is no longer listed on the Corcoran website" and wonders if the owners are "changing prices or changing agent?" [CurbedWire Inbox]

3) Lower East Side: Good news on the preservation front. After the collapse of First Roumanian, A tipster informs us that Beth Hamedrash Hagadol on Norfolk St "has secured funding from the city to begin Phase I work towards the restoration and adaptive use of BHH as a Visitor, Cultural and Community Center" that will help preserve "one of the 11 Most Endangered Historic Sites in the U.S." [CurbedWire Inbox]

4) Tribeca: With the news that Buster's Garage lost its lease to make way for a new highrise, we learn from a tipster that "Buster’s has a big sign out front saying that it will move around the corner to 24 Leonard Street. The garage attendants told me that they will carve out some space from the current parking garage." No name change required. [CurbedWire Inbox]