NYU 2031 resistance heats up, Ivanka Trump holds first ever runway show for her line … and more

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Mar.March 29, 2012 05:00 PM

1. NYU 2031 resistance heats up [Arch Daily]
2. Ivanka Trump holds first ever runway show for her jewelry, shoes, handbags and ready-to-wear line [HuffPo]
3. Best Buy to close 50 U.S. stores, open 50 in China [CNN]
4. Yesterday’s LES high-rise fire caused by space heater [Post]
5. A list of New York City pads that are fit for Mitt [NYO]
6. The cost of hiring movers: letting them put on a 40-minute play in your new place [NYMag]
7. STK OUT’s new to-go eatery in Midtown comes with “roller-skating girls” [DNAinfo]
8. The costumed stuffed monkey at Richard Meier’s Eastern Parkway building [FIPS]
9. In which cities do the rich want to live? [Forbes]
10. How furniture is adapting to the digital age [NYT]
11. Nick Sprayregen, of Tuck-it-Away storage, sells UES condo for $7.65M [NYO]
12. IRT Powerhouse building on 59th Street and 11th Avenue added to “Seven to Save” list [NYO]
13. Who’s the buyer of Water Mill’s 200 Bay Lane? [Curbed Hamptons]


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