The price of storage at One57, NYT on NYU 2031 … and more

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Apr.April 02, 2012 05:00 PM

1. 50 square feet of One57 basement storage costs more than median sales price of U.S. single family home [Twitter]
2. NYT editorial board approves nearly every point in NYU 2031 expansion plan [NYO]
3. Op-ed on tax breaks for underwater homeowners [Reuters]
4. $685,000 asking price for poet Robert Lowell’s UWS writing atelier [Curbed]
5. Newly-minted college grads face challenges in renting apartments [WSJ]
6. Mobile device house hunters will contact real estate professionals as result of mobile search: data [Inman News]
7. J.D. Salinger’s NYC address found through census records [Gothamist]
8. Photos of Jones Lang LaSalle’s new digs [NYO]
9. Townhouse next to “Sex and the City” home gets a buyer (still mistakenly referred to as actual “Sex and the City” home) [NYO]
10. Architecture critic Paul Goldberger leaves New Yorker for Vanity Fair [Architect’s Newspaper]
11. Art collector Jan Cowles lists Southampton property for $25M [Curbed]
12. New residences will go up on both sides of the High Line [Curbed]
13. Trendy boutique store Fivestory to open soon on UES [Racked]
14. Interview with Elliman’s Fredrik Eklund of “Million Dollar Listing New York” [Examiner]
15. New 8th Street retail leases [NY Mag]


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