The Day | Private Backyard on Ludlow Only Costs $100 an Hour

D Generation at Bowery ElectricJamie K. A shot from the D Generation show at Bowery Electric last weekend.

Gothamist has the scoop of the summer (if you have money to burn): The one-of-a-kind timeshare backyard on Ludlow Street is back for a second season. Love partying outdoors, but can’t stand rubbing elbows with the hoi polloi in Tompkins or along the East River? For a mere $100 you and 30 friends can party in an authentic backyard in the Lower East Side. Added bonus: “BBQ grill, picnic benches, loungers, sun umbrellas, coolers, and a bathroom on site.” Believe it or not, reservations are being sold.

By the way, for free fun, The Fantastic Mr. Fox is screening tonight at sundown in Tompkins Square Park. Live music will kick off a half-hour prior.

EV Grieve notes that the conversion of the Cabrini Center For Nursing & Rehabilitation to a residential building is underway. A commenter on one of The Local’s previous stories on the shuttered nursing home left a stern words for the building’s new owner, Ben Shaoul, just last night: “I wish him the misery he has forced onto many elderly men and women who called the Cabrini House their home.”

DNAInfo has all the details on proposed modifications to the M101, M102 and M103 bus schedules.

Want to help prep some of the hippest pork buns in town? Eddie Huang is looking for experienced line cooks at Baohaus.

The New York Post reports that Chloe Sevigny has sold her apartment at 19 East 10th St., which was on the market for $1.7 million.