The Afternoon Wrap: Thursday

Let’s hope the Christian Right doesn’t drink a lot of coffee, otherwise Starbucks is in for agita. [Gawker]

The annual Dumbo designers showcase kicks off this weekend. [Dumbo NYC]

Hundreds of security guards marched on Midtown this afternoon to demand better benefits in a new contract being negotiated. [Crain’s]

15 Central Park West has its third $20 million-plus condo sale in a week. [TRD]

Producer Norman Lear also closed on a 38th-floor condo in the building. [TRD]

A new Stuy Town marketing Web site is trying to lure young professionals to the mainly senior, mostly rent-stabilized complex with bright colors and shiny things. [Curbed]

A squirrel scourge in Astoria is pitting animal activists against co-op dwellers who want to cull the bushy-tailed rodents. [Gothamist]

The new Port Authority chief disses Frank Gehry’s design for Atlantic Yards. [Daily Intelligencer]

The Afternoon Wrap: Thursday