The Day | Mars Bar Condos Get a Name

Lost at HomeScott Lynch

Good morning, East Village.

The building at the former Mars Bar site will be called Jupiter 21: “The building will ultimately have 65 units: 13 affordable condos, 52 market-rate studio through two-bedroom rentals, and two commercial condos.” [Curbed]

Flooding at the Navy Yard has damaged equipment for the city’s bike-share program. It’s uncertain whether the launch date will be delayed. [NY Times]

The owner of Northern Spy Food Co. kept a diary following Sandy: “Every day we’re not open is an average of $5300 in lost revenue. Paying managers through the week costs around $6000. Incidentals and fixed costs are another $3200. Around $4000 of food is wasted or given away.” [Huffington Post]

At St. Mark’s Church, “a group of local folks seeks to raise $3,000, plus donations of food, supplies and volunteer time to put on a feast for those unable to cook at home in the wake of the storm.” [The Lo-Down]

The number of Lower East Side hotels is expected to triple in the next couple of years, with 13 of them in the pipeline. [The Lo-Down]

The Hanky Panky Club, a boite inside of Webster Hall, is trying to revive the tradition of gogo dancers: “After midnight in the Hanky Panky Club, Lopez and numerous other dancers take to a platform, calling themselves ‘glamorous accessories’ to features like bottle service, DJs and a tight door policy.” [DNA Info]

Here’s what to order at Sabor a Mexico: “Jam-packed with stuffing and more subtly flavored, the tamales arrive opened like spring flowers, cradled in their corn-husk wrappers.” [Fork in the Road]

“Matthew Abramcyk of Tiny’s and Super Linda is applying to take over the former home of music club Local 269, which shuttered recently. Abramcyk and partner Franco Vlasek plan to offer ‘light food’ and be open until 4 a.m. seven days a week serving beer, wine and liquor.” [The Lo-Down]