The Day | A Tour of Rosie’s Offfice

SmashedScott Lynch

Curbed shines a spotlight on the coolest crib you’ll never visit: the penthouse apartment at 12 East 12th features a water tank that has been converted into a cottage. The mini-dwelling has 24-foot ceilings, stylish windows, cable, and air conditioning. The two bedrooms and one and a half bathrooms are just a bonus. It can all be yours for the modest sum of $3.6 million.

WABC has a few quotes from last night’s community board meeting about bar noise. “You often hear screaming or yelling or singing sometimes cheers,” says district manager Susan Stetzer, “sometimes I’m surprised that people who should [have] grown up act the way they do.”

The Post reports that Observer publisher Jared Kushner has closed on what will be eight walk-ups in the East Village, SoHo, and the West Village, to the tune of $53 million. The East Village properties include 267 East 10th, 435 East Ninth, 311 East 11th, 311 East Sixth, and 99 East Seventh.

The Times surveys the “decidedly dressed-down collegiate crowd” at Gin Palace. “There will be sandals. Women outnumbered men nearly 2 to 1 on a recent Saturday night and were uniformly chatty. Be prepared to make some new friends.”

AFC lists a handful of Lower East Side gallery openings.

Ephemeral New York casts an admiring eye on some of the hand-painted signs of the Bowery.

Grub Street notes that Idle Hands is celebrating its second anniversary with $2 drinks this weekend and the Wayland has just released its late-summer cocktail menu.

City & State tours the office of city council member Rosie Mendez, where she keeps a poster for the Loisaida Carnaval.

East Yoga is offering a free yoga class in Tompkins Square Park on Sept. 15, from 11 a.m. to 12:25 p.m. Meet at Slocum Memorial Fountain at 10:45 a.m.