The Closing: Nobu in the Hamptons; Walmart’s Breakfast Strategy; Which Post Offices Shuttering

Believe it or not, residents of the Citylights building in Long Island City are not pleased with people flinging eggs and lit cigarettes out of windows. [Curbed NY]

Lawsuit settlement stemming from a building that isn’t handicap-accessible could affect 100,000 other residential properties in the city. [Crain’s]

A tricky tactic—Walmart is trying to woo local city leaders with breakfast food. [NY Daily News]

Because apparently people don’t go to the beach anymore (“they shop and they eat”), the Hamptons is getting a Nobu. [Journal]

Even hipsters have to work, and so Williamsburg and Greenpoint are getting more upscale office space. [The Real Deal]

Highbridge Park Pool in Washington Heights is getting a makeover, will be dubbed “Splash House.” [Curbed NY]

Christie’s auction house deal prompts commission lawsuit by broker. [The Real Deal]

A handy interactive map, courtesy The Wall Street Journal, that shows which post offices could be closing. [Journal]

Google put marketing at 111 Eighth Avenue on hold for several weeks while it made up its mind. [The Real Deal]

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