On the Market: Walmart, Wi-Fi, Whole Foods



One person was killed and four were injured during a shooting on a boardwalk in Brighton Beach. [NY Times] 

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They might not lower your rent, but your landlord could throw in a free carpet cleaning or — better yet — a Starbucks gift card. [Journal]

Free wi-fi may soon be coming to a park near you. [NY Post]

Borders is considering closing some of its New York City locations to avoid defaulting on its bankruptcy loan. [Bloomberg]

Walmart is trying to buy its way into New York City by offering a $5 million donation to the city’s Summer Youth Employment Program. [Crain’s]

Closings begin at Orange Management’s Third Avenue Union Square condo complex. [The Real Deal]

Not all residents at Avenue Z condo building will get their indoor parking, as an ad campaign suggested. [Curbed NY]

Gowanus, Brooklyn might be getting that Whole Foods. [Brownstoner]