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

TRD NEW YORK /
Oct.October 27, 2011 08:37 AM
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“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
[NYT]

2. Adam Gordon buys long-stalled Chelsea site for luxury residences atop an art gallery
[Post, 4th item]

3. New Yorkers are divided on whether to drill for oil upstate at Marchellus Shale
[NYDN]

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

5. After buying at Devonshire, Alec Baldwin in contract to sell El Dorado apartment
[Post, 1st item]

6. Navy Yard historical center, Building 92, set for Veterans Day opening
[Brownstoner]

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

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
[Post, 5th item]

10. Stanford doubles estimated cost of Roosevelt Island campus to $2.5 billion
[NYT]

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
[Post, 2nd item]

14. A list of the world’s tallest buildings accompanied by their energy efficiency
[Infrastructurist]

15. Inside WPIX-TV anchor’s Helena apartment
[Post]


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