Shake Shack comes to Battery Park City, what New York’s small apartments reveal about its residents … and more

TRD New York /
Apr.April 04, 2011 05:15 PM

1. Interior designer Nate Berkus bought a $3.35M, 3,000-square-foot West Village duplex [Observer]
2. Shake Schack will open in Battery Park City, near North End Avenue, in May
[DNAinfo]

3. Post columnist Steve Cuozzo rips into the city’s latest plan for Times Square
[Post]


4. Famous New Yorkers recall the shabby apartments they once called home
[NY Mag]

5. For the eighth time, the Nolitan hotel has pushed back its opening — this time to May 11
[HotelChatter]

6. Would you live in a home where a murder took place?
[NYT]

7. Clinton Park in Hell’s Kitchen gets Mercedes dealership on the bottom floor and a matching building name
[Curbed]

8. The Department of Planning wants to change zoning laws to make them more applicable to 21st century issues
[Crain’s]

9. Sbarro files for Chapter 11, but will continue to operate normally
[Crain’s]

10. What do New York’s close-quartered apartments reveal about its residents?
[NY Mag]

11. The $48M sale of a 12th-floor unit in The Plaza is complete
[Curbed]

12. The city’s most extreme homes
[NY Mag]



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