The Afternoon Wrap: Friday

Adam Hochfelder’s bail is set at $1 million, despite pleas from his lawyer that Mr. Hochfelder must be kept free in order to deal with his alcoholism and coke addictions. [NY Post via TRD]

Using rent increases to your own advantage. [City Room]

Cleveland is pissed the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame “annex” is coming to Soho. [ohio.com via City Room]

Trying to “reinvent” Grand Army Plaza. [City Room]

The origins and dimensions of NIMBYism. [Brownstoner]

Tenant complaints against landlords have risen 37 percent over the last year and a half. [TRD via Curbed]

Though his transit hub is being dumbed down over budget issues, Santiago Calatrava’s “stacked townhouse cubes” along South Street are alive and well. [Downtown Express via Curbed]

Locals squash a Carroll Gardens building along Smith Street. [Curbed]

Sonic Youth’s McCarren Park Pool show this weekend may not be the pool’s last. [Culture Czar]

Hills’ stars Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt may open a bar at the site of former Murray Hill fondue bar Dip. Just guess what it’s called. [Eater]

A brunch ’n’ booze guide for the holiday weekend. Enjoy! [Eater]

The Afternoon Wrap: Friday