SHoP tapped for Queens stadium design, Beekman mansion hits market for $49M … and more

Oct.October 04, 2012 05:00 PM

1. SHoP Architects selected to do initial design of Queens soccer stadium [Capital New York via Curbed]
2. East 50th Street mansion hits market for $48.75M [BI]
3. Map of 311 complaints broken down by neighborhood [Gothamist]
4. 260 Jobs Lane in Bridgehampton trades for $23.3M [Curbed]
5. Bob Knakal and Vishaan Chakrabarti agree that Mitt Romney stole the show at last night’s debale [Crain’s]
6. Proposed Red Hook cabaret bar will have pole dancing, but dancers will keep their tops on [DNAinfo]
7. Investors of failed Trump Ocean Resort in Baja Mexico to get some of their money back despite Trump’s objections [LA Times]
8. Detroit woman raffles off her home; tickets cost $100 apiece [Curbed]
9. Temco Service Industries to relocate to 417 Fifth Avenue [NYO]
10. How the Barefoot Contessa solved the problem of having too little kitchen space [NYT]
11. East Village duplex penthouse with interior slide sells for $3.3M [Curbed]
12. Woman seeks to hire other women to pose as her roommates to impress family who will soon visit [Gothamist]
13. Delmonico’s to open 36th Street eatery in November [DNAinfo]
14. Carmelo Anthony and wife La La spotted at 1055 Park Avenue in newest house hunt [Curbed]

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