The Afternoon Wrap: Friday

walllllll The Afternoon Wrap: Friday

  • Forrest "Frosty" Myers' iconic Soho sculpture "The Wall" is returning to its rightful home at 599 Broadway, after a lengthy argument with the building's landlord. We mirrored the picture because it looks totally cool. [Villager]
  • Manhattan State Supreme Court Justice Joan Madden won't stop Bruce Ratner from starting his Atlantic Yards demolitions. [Develop Don't Destroy Brooklyn]
  • More trouble for Kent Swig! The "uber-developer" was forced to amend plans for his West 92nd/93rd Street condo project after renters there banded together. [NY Mag]
  • James Gandolfini's 30-unit condo development at 415 Washington Street has been hit with a sucker punch: after 32 complaints, the Dep't of Buildings has issued a new stop-work order. Tony Soprano would be furious. [Downtown Express]