Lower East Side Links

–The Landmarks Preservation Commission has approved a plan to relocate and renovate the historic Tin Building at the South Street Seaport. Developers plan to create a new fish market inside the structure. [Curbed]

–Summer camp programs, including some on the Lower East Side, are jeopardized by proposed budget cuts. [DNA Info]

–Following the closure of Fontana’s on Sunday, co-owner Holly Ferrari talks about frustrated efforts to sell the business. The property owner, she said, “wouldn’t even speak to us. We don’t know why he wouldn’t. We don’t know at all the reason for any of this.” [Bedford & Bowery]

–Lavagna, the East 5th Street restaurant, is helping a local resident fight cancer. [EV Grieve]

–ICYMI: Sam Sifton reviewed Lowlife, writing, “One minute, I want to stand on Stanton Street holding the door open while I give tips to diners on their way in: order the guinea-hen sausage, don’t miss the lamb tartare, above all eat the yakitori chicken. The next, I want to form a one-man human chain across the entrance and warn hungry people to go somewhere else.” [New York Times]