The Afternoon Wrap: Friday

With unemployment rising steadily, hundreds lined up today for a job fair at the Pierre Hotel on Fifth Avenue. [City Room]

Plaza owner El-Ad Properties to open 15 million-square-foot look-alike Plaza resort in Las Vegas with 3,500 rooms, a shopping center and convention space. [Curbed]

Former Greenpoint Terminal Market—the same that went up in flames two years ago—now being marketed as a film studio. [Curbed]

German director Werner Herzog grabs $630,000 one-bedroom co-op at 7 East 14th Street. [TRD]

Developers get a welcome break as contractors and subcontractors—desperate for work—have lowered prices by as much as a third. [TRD]

NYC’s 20 priciest apartments. [Cityfile]

A Bay Ridge Starbucks goes rogue! Homemade flier from the java-supplier offers delivery service to local residents. [Bay Ridge Rover]

Vegan ice cream shop to open on 10th Street and Second Avenue. [EV Grieve]

Elementary school coming to Dock Street in Dumbo? [Dumbo NYC]

Chase bank working on a new outpost at Myrtle and Vanderbilt avenues in Fort Greene. [Brownstoner]

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