Lower East Side Links

–The board at 250 Bowery, the high-end condo building, has filed a lawsuit against the developer and real estate brokerage firm, claiming shoddy construction. [The Real Deal]

–The former home of Lucky Cheng’s and another parcel are on the market for $26 million. [EV Grieve]

–After condos were added on the upper floors, Adas Yisroel Anshe Mezritch Synagogue (on East 6th Street) is set to reopen next month. [Curbed]

–A 20-year-old woman says she was forced into a car at East Broadway and Pike streets by three men and violently attacking before they dumped her at an unknown uptown location. [DNA Info]

–Ben Brantley describes Good Samaritans at the Abrons Arts Center as as, “a concentrated, sugar-free version of the fluffy ‘La La Land.'” [New York Times]

–“Immigration and border politics” were main themes at this year’s avant-garde Acker Awards. [Villager]

–Celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson likes to hang out on the Lower East Side. His favorite spots include: Wildair, Mission Chinese, Forgtmenot and Sammy’s Roumanian. [Bravo TV]