The Afternoon Wrap: Wednesday

No firm answers yet on the fate of Calatrava’s WTC terminal. [City Room]

Glass panel from the Bank of America tower falls 16 stories, closing streets but injuring no one. [City Room]

David Boulud finally heads downtown. [NY Post]

Dwell sues real estate honcho Joe Moinian over claims that he stole the magazine’s trademark for his Financial District building Dwell95. [Cityfile via Curbed]

Should WaMu be taken over, the FDIC would have the power to break leases between branches and landlords, thereby substantially reducing the bank’s NYC footprint. [TRD]

The “Spite House” enrages Bay Ridge. [Bay Ridge Rover via Curbed]

A newer (and greener) Brooklyn Children’s Museum. [Brownstoner]

New York’s latest community garden. [Flatbush Gardener via Brownstoner]

Assemblyman Brodsky’s report criticizing the city’s Yankee Stadium deal raises parallel questions about Atlantic Yards. [DDDB]

How Jamaica, Queens, got its name. [The Bowery Boys]

The Afternoon Wrap: Wednesday