Times Square Streets Don’t Like to Share

Dumbo: Vinegar Hill’s new Vista condo seems nearly ready for prime time … and it looks a helluva lot like fellow VH condo newbie the Nexus. [Dumbo NYC]
Fort Greene: Uh, is that soon-to-open business in the old Blimpie’s spot on Lafayette and South Elliott a chain bakery or a … what? [Clinton Hill Blog]
Harlem: The Upper West Side’s Animal General hospital wants to bring its pet-care services into Harlem … but it needs to find 1,700 square feet there to do it. Plus, a new BBQ place comes to 145th Street! [Harlem Fur and Uptown Flavor]
Maspeth: Did the city and state deny St. Saviour’s Church landmark status even when they knew there might be human remains on the site? So claims the hoppin’-mad Juniper Park Civic Association. [Queens Crap]
Times Square: Less than three months after they first appeared, the shared-bike-lane markers (or “sharrows,” as they’re called) on Seventh Avenue are fading away. Bikers, beware! [Streetsblog]
Tribeca: Bikini basketball and naked dudes with puppies are just some of the lifestyle perks you can expect if you move (for $800,000 a studio) into André Balazs’ forthcoming Kubla-condo Beaver House. [Curbed]