Sagaponack Road manse trades for $18 million, NYC gets a new subway — far from Second Avenue … and more

TRD New York /
Nov.November 19, 2012 05:00 PM

1. The lesson of the Hamptons’ new Parrish Art Museum: “Imagination costs less and is worth more than sumptuous materials and showy design,”writes New York magazine’s Justin Davidson [NYM]
2. Welcome, H. Storm-battered Rockaways gets its own subway line [Gothamist]
3. After mega price cut, Sagaponack Road manse trades for $18 million [Curbed]
4. Community boards take aim at Midtown rezoning proposals [DNAinfo]
5. This NYC kitchen gets a second look — and the rose-colored glasses come off. [Business Insider]
6. Take a peek inside 200 East 79th Street [Curbed]
7. Crown Heights condo-turned-rental at 542 St. Marks Avenue is fully leased [Brownstoner]
8. Once it was a window; now it’s bricked-over. Lot-line Windows 101 — and why you should care [Brick Underground]
9. Post-Sandy, Meryl Streep could be out of her Tribeca home for months [NYDN]
10. Spain offers incentives to foreign homebuyers [NYT]
11. Atlanta home featured on “Real Housewives” trades for $3 million [Business Insider]
12. Long Island City bank building to get new life as an exhibition space [Curbed]

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