The Afternoon Wrap: Wednesday

The coming of the 40-story Diamond Tower raises concerns that diamond district tenants could be priced out of their treasured

The coming of the 40-story Diamond Tower raises concerns that diamond district tenants could be priced out of their treasured neighborhood. [NY Times]

The future of a long-vacant Art Deco movie theater remains unclear. [NY Times]

Op-Ed: The city’s banal plans for High Line Park are “a waste” of its $170 million price tag. [NY Times]

The Department of Transportation considers adopting a bicycle-sharing plan based on a five-day experiment sponsored last year by the Forum for Urban Design. [City Room]

Giuliani passes out on the F Train, makes a big stink. [Onion]

Next year may be a sobering one for New York’s real estate market. [Urban Digs]

Top Chef season five could be heading to McCarren Park. [Eater]

Is Staten Island “having a moment?" [Curbed]

The Standard’s construction site gets cute. [A Fine Blog via Curbed] The Afternoon Wrap: Wednesday