The Afternoon Wrap: Thursday

National economy grows more than expected. [NY Times]

Bianca Jagger fights to keep her rent-stabilized Park Avenue apartment. [City Room]

With new claims for benefits running 18 percent higher than last year, New York’s unemployment fund could run dry by early 2009. [City Room]

West Bronx real estate bubble may burst. [West Bronx Blog]

Study says Calatrava’s transit hub might not open until 2016. [Downtown Express via Curbed]

Renderings of West Soho’s much-hated garbage truck garage. [Curbed]

Complaints grow over Olafur Eliasson’s waterfalls. [Curbed]

Moby sells Central Park West apartment for $6.7 million. [TRD]

Two co-op apartments at 995 Fifth Avenue sell for a combined $26.6 million, one setting a sales record at the Rosario Candela-designed building. [TRD]

Architecture reality show coming to the Sundance Channel. [Brownstoner]

More fall restaurant previews. [TONY via Eater]

The Afternoon Wrap: Thursday