Cablevision and Time Warner Cable subscribers will get free access, while others can pay 99 cents.
A sign on the door of the Queens eatery said it was closing "with deep regret and heavy hearts."
Monday is the last day to apply to one of the permanently affordable units at the Long Island City site.
The new market opened at 50-01 2nd Street on Nov. 14.
Participants in the "Silent Disco" will get headphones, which will play tunes spun by two DJs.
General Tso'Boy will launch Saturday, serving its signature po'boy-style sandwich.
The services are being offered amidst delays in construction of the Hunters Point library branch.
LIC Landing, by the owners of the popular COFFEED, will serve food and drinks on the waterfront.
The popular street cart is one of several new vendors planned for the next season of the outdoor market.
The holiday market will feature food, artisanal vendors and fresh pine Christmas trees and wreaths.
Rose Associates began leasing the 12-story Maximilian at 5-11 47th Ave. in September.
The seventh floor luxury deck at TF Cornerstone's 4545 Center Blvd. includes a sand volleyball court.
The 5-acre park includes a children's playground, basketball courts and a dog run.
The spray showers were on for the first time this year on Monday, but shuttered again on Tuesday.
The sprinklers at Gantry State Park and Andrews Grove are still off, to the disappointment of parents.
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