On the Market: The New York of Annie Hall; Jersey Walmart Bomb Threat; Navy Yard Saves History and Jobs

Part 2 of the New York of Annie Hall today. [ScoutingNY]
Subway greenroof installed at Barclays Center. [Brownstoner]
Preservation isn’t always about old buildings, as seen at the BK Navy Yard. [NYMag]
Catskills rebranding entries are in—we like “Peaks of Perfection.” [NY Times]
McCarren Pool might have more violence than all pools combined. [NY Post]
City rolling out tourist-friendly street maps. [DNAinfo]
Cosmetics shop joining sour Apple at Grand Central. [Crain’s]
China may buoy U.S. real estate, but not so much New York. [Real Deal]
Vermin-invested Bay Ridge home to be torn down, two pols fight for credit. [BK Paper]
I bet it was the unions! Jersey Walmart hit with bomb scare. [Journal]
Orthodox Jews, anxious about destroying fruit trees, build around them. [NY Times]
Key Foods opens its first upscale store—in the LES projects. [DNAinfo]
The destroyed church that killed a man in Cobble Hill. [Brownstoner]
Dick Zigun, Coney’s mayor, wants Johnny Rockets to replace furniture store. [BK Paper]
Pol threatens GSA over 1 WTC lease. [NY Post]
Parents won’t guarantee the rent? Try this new company. [Real Deal]
Long Island City’s Sculpture Center getting a fancy new renovation. [DNAinfo]
Check out the Apthorp Mansion that predated The Apthorp. [Curbed]
Iron Man triathlon coming to five boroughs. [Daily News]
Alta, Citi Bike share operator, already hitting up bank for extra cash. [NY Post]
City Council aide did a sheisty deal with illegal basement apartment. [Queens Crap]
The 20 deadly sins of the over-eager rental broker. [BrickU]