Lower East Side Links

–In response to a subpoena from NYC Comptroller Scott Stringer, the de Blasio administration has turned over documents related to the sale of the former Rivington House building. [New York Times]

–Tenants at 211 Madison Street took their landlord to court, accusing Silverstone Property Group of harassing elderly/rent stabilized residents. [DNA Info]

–Real estate developer Paul Massey is planning to run for mayor. Massey has local ties: He sits on the board of the Tenement Museum. [New York Magazine]

–Former fire commissioner Nicholas Scoppetta died at the age of 83. He was born on the Lower East Side and attended Seward Park High School. [New York Post]

–A look back at the Triangle Fire 105 years ago [CBS News]

–Happening Today: It is the 105th anniversary of the tragic Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire. Residents will be chalking throughout the neighborhood in memory of 146 workers who lost their lives.

Happening Tomorrow: At 1 p.m., local elected officials and community activists will gather to mark the one-year anniversary of the 2nd Avenue explosion and fire. The event takes place on 2nd Avenue at East 7th Street.