As a mother and daughter look over Gotham, hoping for a fresh start, elsewhere in a seedier Gotham locale, Jonny, brother of a gangster known as the Squid, seems to have lifted some Icarus from a local biker game, and feels on top of the world... That is, until Batman shows up and busts him... Then he finds the biker gang waiting for him outside. So of course, because Batman is Batman, he starts fighting the biker gang too, but Jonny gets taken by Holter, the leader of the gang, as Batman is left behind.
Sometime later, Bruce meets with the woman seen in the opening scene, here name is Elena Aguila, and the two are at a motocross event her daughter Annie is competing in. Turns out the Waterfront of Gotham (which is pretty shitty) is about to be commercially developed, but Elena pitches Bruce against that, instead suggesting her foundation build things that area needs like shelters and rehabilitation facilities. It's not a finically smart move, but nonetheless, Bruce accepts.
So with news that Wayne Enterprises aren't going with the commercial real estate, some Gotham Congressman named Sam Young (Who I'm pretty sure isn't supposed to be the guy Barbara married in Batman Beyond... or at least I hope not since he's a white blond dude) speaks to the press about being disappointed in the decision, meanwhile some gangster who uses the congressman as a mouthpiece tells him he's going to put the pressure on Wayne.
Then we meet The Squid, who got his brother Jonny back, and is punishing someone for stealing from the Kings of the Sun (even though it was Jonny's idea). The punishment is lowering this poor sap into a tank with a giant man-eating squid, all with a lecture from The Squid to Jonny about having the stomach for this life.
In the Batcave, Bruce is attending to Damian's old motorcycle, this coming after Elena said a few things about being a parent that hit close to home. Alfred comes in and gives him a pep talk about how he was a good father to Damian, and would see that if he forgave himself. Alfred also mentions that the background check on Elena came back clean as a whistle, and how she reminds him of Martha.
BUT WAIT! The alarm goes off, and Bruce puts the manor onto lockdown. When he heads upstairs, he sees what looks to be a person on fire running across his property and shortly finds out that it's Elena, having fallen victim to an overdose of Icarus (go read The Flash #25, the Zero Year tie-in).