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NYC’s stray cats get architect-designed homes, Cooper Square Hotel officially rebranded as Standard East Village … and more

December 27, 2011 03:55PM

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A cat shelter designed by H3 Hardy Collaboration (credit: Dana Edelson/Arch Record)

1. NYC’s stray cats get architect-designed homes
[Arch Record]

2. Cooper Square Hotel officially rebranded as Andre Balazs’ Standard East Village
[Hotel Chatter]

3. UES’ Rep. Carolyn Maloney rents rooms out in her Washington townhouse to lawmakers
[NYT]

4. Williamsburg gets spin-off of Carroll Gardens barbershop
[Brownstoner]

5. Tribeca mixed-use loft building sells for $20M
[NYO]

6. Post-shopping cart tragedy, Harlem Target trying to be good neighbor
[NYDN]

7. 20 priciest NYC home sales of year
[Curbed]

8. Recruiting agency signs three-year lease at site of New York Mercantile Exchange
[NYO]

9. Progress at the Fulton Street Transit Center
[NYT]

10. Drummers World on West 46th Street to close tomorrow
[NYT]

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