The Afternoon Wrap: Tuesday

A long and winding road for Santiago Calatrava’s troubled transit hub. [City Room]

With the loss of Lehman, WaMu, and Bear Stearns, Harlem faces a significant loss of financial support. [NY Times via TRD]

John Catsimatidis—Gristede’ head-honcho and a possible mayoral candidate—wants to bring the World’s Fair back to NYC in 2014. [Curbed]

Big surprise, folks: WTC Memorial is delayed yet again. [Curbed]

When times are tough, thrift stores make a killing. [Racked via Vanishing New York]

A famed graffiti canvas in Williamsburg, once thought to be slated for demolition, now available for commercial retail. [Gowanus Lounge]

The Bronx restaurants that didn’t make it in the just-released 2009 Zagat Guide. [Boogiedowner]

A shake-up among the Lower East Side’s “eyeglasses triumvirate.” [BoweryBoogie]

Pieces of Shea Stadium hit the auction block. [Queens Crap] The Afternoon Wrap: Tuesday