The Afternoon Wrap: Friday

Are buyers abandoning Kent Swig’s 25 Broad? [Curbed]

Tensions rise as the city prepares to close down Manhattan’s only intake shelter for homeless men at the Bellevue and move operations to the Bedford-Atlantic Armory in Brooklyn. [City Room]

Top NYC restaurants sued for cheating their wait staff out of tips. [Yahoo!]

The city’s deal with a Willets Point waste transfer company may fall through. [yournabe.com via Curbed]

Developer AvalonBay may buy Extra Place—a tiny de-mapped street behind CBGB—from the Department of Housing Preservation and Development. [Save the Lower East Side! via Curbed]

City official accuses Coney Island developer of actively promoting the park’s failure. [NY Post via TRD]

Bushwick’s strip ’n’ burn car thieves. [BushwickBK]

Wall Street’s crisis hits home. [WSJ]

Jonathan Miller quibbles with journalistic sensationalism. [Matrix]

Donald Trump’s nephew lampooning Palm Beach in new book. [Page Six]

The Afternoon Wrap: Friday