On the Market: U2 Bassist Is Ditching the El Dorado; Whole Foods Coming to Harlem; Is 311 Rejecting All Barclays-Related Calls?

Prospect Park reveals the first stage of its historical renovation Friday. [WSJ]
And the story of the park’s singularly curious weeping Camperdown elm. [Brooklyn Based]
U2 bassist Adam Clayton is decamping from the El Dorado. [WSJ]
Whole Foods is heading to Harlem and the UES. [DNAinfo]
A Koreatown grows in Manhattan. [NYT]
U.S. housing starts surged to a four-year high in September. [Bloomberg]
A photographic glimpse of a changing Bushwick. [NYT]
Man injured in apartment floor collapse in Hamilton Heights. [Post]
Australian bike shop Papillionare heads to Red Hook. [Brownstoner]
Christine Quinn is jumping in battle to keep Hunts Point produce market. [Crain’s]
Tribeca development site trades for $22 million. [The Real Deal]
New York wants to open tourism office in Mexico City. [Daily News]
Jewish organizations clash over construction of LES community center. [DNAinfo]
Barclays’ neighbors say 311 won’t take any complaints about the arena. [Post]

On the Market: U2 Bassist Is Ditching the El Dorado; Whole Foods Coming to Harlem; Is 311 Rejecting All Barclays-Related Calls?