The Afternoon Wrap: Thursday

Atlantic City’s Trump Entertainment Resorts has until Jan. 21 to restructure its debt after missing a $53 million payment on Dec. 1. [Bloomberg via GlobeSt]

In a year when eco-friendly development triumphed, a look back at the top green building stories of the year. [CoStar via TRD] 

With long-term bond sales down 9 percent from last year, 2008 proved the worst year for the municipal bond market since 1999. [Bloomberg via TRD] 

After it proved too large to transport over the Manhattan Bridge, Chelsea’s Cheyenne Diner may finally make its long-delayed move to Red Hook on top of a barge. [Lost City] 

MTA will charge bus riders extra for using coins if the agency doesn’t receive a much-needed bailout from Albany. [YourNabe via Queens Crap] 

Streetsblog presents Part 4 of the 2008 Streetsie Awards, featuring the honors for “Worst City Agency” and “Most Memorable MTA Moment.” [Streetsblog] 

Harlem’s 2008 year in review. [Uptown Flavor] 

The illegal detour sign at the center of South Williamsburg’s battle between Orthodox Jews and bike-lane proponents is back! [INSIJS]

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