High Line gets $20M donation, luxury residences are coming to West 24th Street … and more

Oct.October 27, 2011 08:37 AM
“Bed Bug Hotels” being placed around East Village buildings with known bed bug issues (credit bedbughotel.org)

1. Diller von Furstenberg Family Founation donates $20M to High Line construction

2. Adam Gordon buys long-stalled Chelsea site for luxury residences atop an art gallery
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3. New Yorkers are divided on whether to drill for oil upstate at Marchellus Shale

4. While NY and NJ debate gas pipeline that would run between states, terminate in West Village

5. After buying at Devonshire, Alec Baldwin in contract to sell El Dorado apartment
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6. Navy Yard historical center, Building 92, set for Veterans Day opening

7. New West Harlem convent fits in with brownstone neighbors but is model of sustainable living

8. Artists place miniature “Bed Bug & Breakfast” statues outside East Village buildings with known issues
[Bowery Boogie]

9. Broker Danny Davis abandons Citi Habitats for Town Residential
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10. Stanford doubles estimated cost of Roosevelt Island campus to $2.5 billion

11. Starwood Hotels post profits thanks to demand for W and St. Regis brands
[Bloomberg News]

12. Former East Village crack house to become homeless shelter for LGBT youth
[EV Grieve]

13. Ben Stiller searches for a home in the suburbs
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14. A list of the world’s tallest buildings accompanied by their energy efficiency

15. Inside WPIX-TV anchor’s Helena apartment

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