The Closing: Paris in Brooklyn; Another Billyburg Flea; Speedy Construction O.K.'s

The Department of Health is forcing restaurants to be ever more upfront about their sanitation scores. [Crain’s]

Video game developer Kaos Studios closed its N.Y.C. headquarters. [Crain’s]

City moves ahead with Brooklyn Bridge Park condo tower plan to bring in revenue. [NY Daily News]

Lotta Condominiums in Harlem can’t make up its mind; now renting as apartments. [Curbed NY]

City Councilman Oliver Koppell writing to rationalize living wage bill. [Crain’s]

Economic Development Corp. is looking for someone to operate the Maritime Pavilion. [Crain’s]

385 construction projects speed through approval process. [Crain’s]

Yet another flea market for Williamsburg. [Racked NY]

The Landmarks Preservation Commission gives the thumbs-down to M.T.A.’s second draft of its ventilation plant design. [Curbed NY]

The saga continues—lawyers argue construction company supervisors can’t be blamed for Deutsche Bank fire. [NY Post]

New Orleans surpasses N.Y.C. as dirtiest city, N.Y.C. falls to fifth place. [NY Post]

Parisian restauranteur plans to open restaurant in Brooklyn, leases 1,900-square-foot space. [The Real Deal]

pengel@observer.com