On the Market: Scribner Building Trade, WiFi Snub, Pier 15 Pitches

Construction union agrees to lower wages of those working on a West Side affordable-housing project. [Crain’s]

JPMorgan Chase forces out mortgage chief for ripping off active-duty military. [Bloomberg via Crain’s]

Yankee joins East Harlem charter school and affordable-housing project. [Journal]

Fulton Street Transit Center shows off progress, Harlem Museum for African Art delays open date. [Curbed NY]

Pier 15 wants proposals from companies or organizations who can immediately make the pier profitable. [DNAinfo]

James Franco graces 20 Pine with his presence, shoots a film there. [Curbed NY]

China’s growing wealth generates investor interest for international property. [Bloomberg]

RealtyTrac says housing market is years away from fully recovering. [HousingWire]

Outdoor pools are a waste because they can only be used a few months a year, so this Chelsea townhouse has one in its living room. [Journal]

Developer transforms neglected lots to shiny, new office buildings. [NY Times]

Mayor Bloomberg proposed offering wifi in more than 20 parks — but none in southern Brooklyn. [Brooklyn Paper]

Insurance broker signs 10-year lease for 31,800 square feet at 250 Park Avenue. [Crain’s]

Hell’s Kitchen wants the 52nd Street park it was promised. [DNAinfo]

Thor Equities plans purchase of Scribner Building (597 Fifth Avenue) for $108.5 million. [NY Post] On the Market: Scribner Building Trade, WiFi Snub, Pier 15 Pitches