The Afternoon Wrap: Wednesday

Even the companies bidding to manage Mayor Bloomberg’s congestion-pricing scheme are skeptical about the proposal. [Village Voice]

Neo-gothic church struggles in the wake of the downtown Brooklyn construction boom. [Brooklyn Eagle]

Did Related Properties really need to sponsor a news letter in Urban Daddy to unload condos in its Superior Ink development? [Curbed]

Restauranteur Michael “Bao” Huyn is hunting for a new home (and buyer) for his East Village Thai eatery, Bao 111. [Grub Street]

A mobile pied-a-terre in Bushwick. [New York Shitty]

New York’s Carter Hotel tops the list of the dirtiest hotels in America. [Trip Advisor via Gridskipper]

Injured construction worker forced to submit to a rectal exam brings suit all the way to the State Supreme Court. [City Room]

Williamsburg’s Pies ‘n’ Thighs, home to the “best pulled pork sandwich in New York,” is closing after receiving citations from the Health Department. [NY Times]

The Afternoon Wrap: Wednesday