The Afternoon Wrap: Wednesday

More architecture firms are going green. [NY Times via TRD]

NYC’s tap water—the best in the state. [City Room]

Benjamin Chesluk, author of Money Jungle: Imagining the New Times Square, fields readers’ questions about Times Square’s future. [City Room]

Bowery flophouses getting a face-lift, still charging only $7 a night. [Curbed]

Seventies TV series filming in Williamsburg. [Curbed]

Bloomberg’s (hedged) support for a car-free Prospect Park. [NY Sun via Curbed]

Long Island contractor sues Plaza Hotel developers, claiming they neglected to pony up $3.7 million for services rendered. [TRD]

Mo’ oysters, mo’ problems for Brooklyn-conquering restaurateur Jim Mamary. [Eater]

Brooklyn Bridge Park’s “Pop Up Park” to stay open for an extra month. [Gowanus Lounge]

The Afternoon Wrap: Wednesday