The Afternoon Wrap: Tuesday

Tenants and Council Speaker Christine Quinn file suit against the Rent Guidelines Board for its “supplemental” rent increase in June. [City Room]

The Wall Street crash heard ’round the world. [TRD]

Banco Popular North America sells U.S. headquarters near Rockefeller Center for $28 million. [TRD]

Crime wave sweeps Park Slope? [Curbed]

With the Draft Environmental Impact Statement accepted for a rezoning of the Toll Brothers’ Gowanus land, the debate over their plans to erect a massive residential development there heads to the local community board. [Gowanus Lounge]

Queens realtor offended by gaudy mural. [Queens Crap]

Queens residents offended by fishy smell. [NYDN via Queens Crap]

A tour of Lehman CEO Dick Fuld’s 9,710-square-foot Greenwich mansion. [Cityfile]

Brooklyn’s commercial real estate scene. [Brownstoner]

Staten Island’s little-known “Little Liberia” could get even smaller. [City Limits via City Room]

LES hotspot The Box denied liquor license after residents accused the club of carding them to enter their own apartments. [Daily Transom]