The Afternoon Wrap: Wednesday

Retail leases are up, along with rents, along Fifth Avenue’s key shopping blocks. [NY Times]

The fabulous 100 Eleventh Ave. condo—designed by Pritzker Prize-winner Jean Nouvel—is fabulously over budget and behind schedule. [WSJ]

The Brooklyn D.A.’s office begins investigation into the death of Jacob Neuman—the five-year-old boy who fell down an elevator shaft yesterday in his South Williamsburg housing complex. [City Room]

New Vere condo heralds the rejuvenation of Long Island City’s Jackson Avenue. [Curbed]

Surprise, surprise. The Gottliebs win the hotly-contested auction of the Gottlieb Building—a nearly vacant five-story apartment building on Horatio Street. [Curbed]

Developers of Park Avenue condo sue the building’s general contractor over fire and construction delays. [Real Deal]

Mud sues Muud. [Cityfile via Eater]

Patsy’s “rolling back the prices” publicity stunt brings out the cops. [Eater]

Kate Winslet’s fictional home in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (located along Brooklyn’s Oriental Avenue) now eternal hangout for the cracked-out mind. [Gothamist]

The Afternoon Wrap: Wednesday