Morning Links: Landlords Love Espada; A-Rod Tours Riverside South; A Block’s Length

Imam says moving “ground zero mosque” will embolden terrorists. (NY Times)

Meanwhile, a mosque investor says he’d sell it for the right price. (NY Post)

Schools back in session, parents. Was that move worth it? (NY Times)

Harlem real estate a bargain blah blah blah. (NY Post)

A-Rod and Cameron Diaz (seriously?) tour Riverside South. (NY Post)

Atlantic Yards arena may host tennis matches. (NY Post)

Big-time landlords stand by odious Espada. (WSJ – note the byline, people)

How long is a block to New Yorkers? Let L.A. tell us. (LA Times)

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