The Afternoon Wrap: Friday

Vacant P.S. 81 has a future in retail and condos. [Real Deal]

Sixth Avenue loses Moondance Diner, gains bars and a hotel. [Curbed]

Gray’s Papaya endorses Bloomberg for president. [blogchelsea]

Park Slope residents complain that Union Hall bar makes more noise than a library. [Brownstoner]

Hypothetical "Living Domino" plans include affordable housing, arts space and a vertical farm. (6th item) [Gowanus Lounge]

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