The Afternoon Wrap: Friday

Even Disney is getting priced out! Walt Disney Inc. announced that they will not renew the lease on their Fifth

Even Disney is getting priced out! Walt Disney Inc. announced that they will not renew the lease on their Fifth Avenue store–their only branch in Manhattan–in 2010 because of a rent hike. [Crain’s]

The most populist of New York City dailies takes a stroll around the city with "former socialite"-cum-City Planning Commissioner Amanda Burden. [NYDN]

Mayor Bloomberg told skeptics today that since the whole car-free streets thing has worked in Bogotá for the past 30 years, it will "probably work here." We’ll see on Saturday. [City Room]

Danny Meyer and Keith McNally are scoping out spots in Harlem. [Grub Street]

Naomi Watts and Liev Schreiber have decided not to buy the two condos they were in contract on at One Madison Park. But it’s O.K. because they’re famous and buying a bigger apartment in the building. [WSJ]

In honor of the Olympics, here’s a beginners guide to Chinatown so you can sample all the perks of Beijing without the bad air quality. [Gridskipper]

The former head of Massey Knackal in Brooklyn is suing his former employer for $12 million. [TRD] The Afternoon Wrap: Friday