David Geffen closes on $54M Lenox Hill triplex, Sandy pours cold water on S.I. Ferris Wheel plans … and more

TRD New York /
Nov.November 15, 2012 08:00 AM

1. Entertainment mogul David Geffen closes on Lenox Hill triplex formerly owned by socialite Denise Rich in a $54 million deal. [NYP, 3rd item]
2. Hurricane Sandy pours cold water on plans to build the world’s largest Ferris wheel on Staten Island [HuffiPo]
3. UES condo once owned by Mariah Carey and Rush Limbaugh hits the market for $13.5 million [NYP, 4th item]
4. Christmas tree arrives at Rockefeller Plaza [HuffPo]
5. A profile of a Harlem townhouse full of art [WSJ]
6. New photos of the collapsed crane at One57 [Curbed]
7. Artist Barbara Kruger in contract for $2.25 million penthouse at the Majestic on Central Park West [NYP, 5th item]
8. Floor plan released for Gaonnuri, the new Korean barbecue on the 39th Floor of Jamestown’s 1250 Broadway [NYO]
9. Celebs displaced by Sandy, including Courtney Love and Colin Farrell, find shelter at Soho’s Mercer Hotel [NYP, 7th item]
10. Malaysian woman working in the Meatpacking District’s Standard Hotel was denied maternity leave, forced to give birth in hotel without a doctor [NYDN]

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