The Afternoon Wrap: Tuesday

The South Bronx may no longer be burning, but not all the residents have felt the benefits of the much heralded boom supposedly sparked by the neighborhood’s transition to “SoBro.” [City Room]

Long Island’s iconic Pepsi sign is being moved so it won’t obstruct the views of luxury condo dwellers. [Curbed]

It looks like Carroll Gardens will not host the new season of The Real World. [TRD]

Forget London. Manhattan has become the destination of choice for expatriate Russian oligarchs. [City File]

Public Advocate Betsy Gotbaum has tricked out a new set of wheels for a Childhood and Wellness Tour across the five boroughs to combat obesity. [Gothamist]

Pastis won top honors in Zagat’s latest nightlife guide. [Grub Street]

The Port Authority has imposed security requirements on an apartment complex that is seen as a key part of the redevelopment of Manhattan’s far West Side. [WNYC]

The Afternoon Wrap: Tuesday