The Day | Renwick Townhouse Going For $6.7 Million

St. Patrick's Day NYC 2013: East Village, Paul's BurgerScott Lynch

Good morning, East Village.

As you can see above, St. Patrick’s Day rolled through the East Village. For more photos of celebrations in the neighborhood, check out Gothamist as well as The Local’s Flickr pool.

The new Soho House on Ludlow Street will have “a ground floor restaurant and bar, a sitting area on the second floor and a third four “old school” gym meant for activities such as boxing and yoga.” [The Lo-Down]

“An 1861 East Village townhouse, built by architect James Renwick, Jr. (who also designed St. Patrick’s Cathedral and Washington DC’s Smithsonian Castle) has appeared on the market for $6.7 million.” [Curbed]

“’The Love Song of Jonny Valentine,’ by East Village author Teddy Wayne, has quickly morphed into the hipster must-read of the moment.” [Daily News]

“A brainy NYU student has cooked up a magic gel that he says can stop even heavy bleeding — an invention that could make routine bandages obsolete.” [NY Post]

“NYPD Sgt. Brian Frederickson, who patrols the Lower East Side, is passing out fliers bearing thieves’ photos to local nightclub owners after a spike in bar-related thefts in the neighborhood.” [NY Post]

The chef at Le Philosophe “has a knack for infusing these age-old recipes with a streamlined, post-gourmet sensibility.” [NY Mag]

A visit to the new Duane Park. [NY Times]

Some East Village spots are among spring’s most anticipated restaurant openings. [NY Mag]