The Afternoon Wrap: Monday

MLB Network may not be moving to East Harlem after all, thereby jeopardizing the construction of 125th Street’s first new office tower in three decades. [NY Times]

A Brooklyn mystery solved. [NY Times via Brownstoner]

Federal EPA may fund massive clean-up of super-polluted Newtown Creek. [City Room]

Newly renovated with the help of the Landmarks Preservation Commission, a 19th-century Bronx building hits the market. [City Room]

Columbia scoops up Riverdale condo for $69 million. [Crain’s]

In a shaky market, developers increasingly rely on “prebuilt space” to snag tenants. [Crain’s via TRD]

First glance at Rem Koolhaas’ hugely anticipated 23 East 22nd Street. [Curbed]

Flatbush Gardens vs. Stuy Town. [Curbed]

Cushman & Wakefield expands to Atlanta and L.A. [TRD]

McCarren Park’s last pool party. [Gothamist]

Let the fall food previews begin! [Eater]

The Afternoon Wrap: Monday