Lower East Side Links

–A fight among homeless men in the 2nd Avenue subway station ended in a stabbing. Two victims suffered non-fatal injuries. Cops are looking for three suspects. [Daily News]

–There was a huge line at the Bowery Mission earlier this week for the annual winter coat giveaway. [Channel 7]

–A housing lottery has opened for 23 below-market rental apartments at 171 Suffolk St., Sion Misrahi’s new project bordering East Houston Street. [NYC Housing Connect]

–A new report shows that the troubled Lower East Side mega-tower, One Manhattan Square, had the most sales of any residential building this year, offering “a positive spin on developer Extell’s effort to fill out the 80-story tower,” which has 815 units. [Crain’s]

–A profile of Essex Pearl, the “tide to table” seafood market and restaurant in the Market Line. [Robb Report]

–Chef Mark Garcia is bringing his “personable, nontraditional approach” to sushi to Kissaki at 319 Bowery. [Eater]

–The New York City Transit Museum’s vintage 1930s subway cars are back in service for the holidays. You can catch a ride Sundays from the 2nd Avenue F Train Station. [NY Transit Museum]