Morning Links: Construction Company Guilty of Fraud, Atlantic Yards Has Narrow Sidewalks, People Love the East River Ferry

Early Williamsburg loft-dwellers on brink of eviction. [NY Post]
Moby the real estate mogul? [Wall Street Journal]
Plan to turn Upper East Side into wetlands wins design competition. [DNAinfo]
Greenpoint restaurant hit with summons over serving brunch. [Brooklyn Paper]
Are the sidewalks around Atlantic Yards too narrow to hold the Nets crowds? [NY Daily News]
Construction company that worked on Citi Field admits it bilked clients. [NY Times]
Almost there! 1 WTC is days away from becoming NYC’s tallest building. [NY Post]
Landmarks Commissions doesn’t like plans for Corn Exchange building. [Curbed]
Another coffee shop comes to Harlem. [DNAinfo]
Subway etiquette rules broken yet again. [Gothamist]
East River ferry service is growing more popular. [Wall Street Journal]
Tourists flock to cheap(er), stylish hotels in Brooklyn and Queens. [NY Times]

Morning Links: Construction Company Guilty of Fraud, Atlantic Yards Has Narrow Sidewalks, People Love the East River Ferry