The Afternoon Wrap: Thursday

Even the shameless campaign to brand a neighborhood "So-Ya" is not going to make Yonkers cool. [Jeramiah’s Vanishing New York]

Will a two-acre vineyard in Staten Island transform New York’s most blue-collar borough? [NYDN]

Another relic of Harlem’s grittier past is set to disappear when a notorious shooting gallery goes condo. [City Room]

Roosevelt Avenue in Queens is basking in the newfound glow of the media spotlight. [Daily Intelligencer]

New York addresses have been a source of street cred for rock stars for decades. Here’s a map of the addresses made iconic through song. [Gridskipper]

The Center for Architecture releases its list of the top 10 buildings to see in New York, covering all the five boroughs. Some of the Internet’s gossiping classes are raising eyebrows at a few of the picks. [Gothamist]

The great-grandson of oil tycoon John D. Rockefeller sold his $1.7 million condo to a fellow blueblood from Connecticut. [TRD] The Afternoon Wrap: Thursday