Morning Reads: Moving Out of 190 Bowery, Clayton Patterson’s Jewish LES, All Star Pop-Up

Moving day at 190 Bowery, the longtime home of photographer Jay Maisel. The historic building was sold last year (Curbed).

An affiliate of Icon Realty picks up 57 2nd Avenue for $24.8 million. The buyer plans to “upgrade the vacant residential units, improve common areas and most likely reposition the retail.” (Commercial Observer)

A look at the turbulent history of the South Street Seaport (Curbed).

A lighter prison sentence for Joseph Ross, the insurance executive who conspired with William Rapfogel to bilk millions from the Met Council (Post).

A walking tour with Clayton Patterson, “the unlikeliest chronicler” of the Jewish Lower East Side. Two years ago, he published an exhaustive history of the neighborhood titled, “Jews: A People’s History of the Lower East Side.” (The Jewish Week)

In advance of the NBA All-Star game, Nike is building a pop-up on the Bowery (EV Grieve).