Hizzoner on what cities can learn from each other, the real estate–Super Bowl connection … and more

TRD New York /
Jan.January 30, 2013 05:00 PM

1. Bloomberg on how cities can learn from each other: VIDEO [YouTube]
2. A stone’s throw from the Dakota is the Dakota … bar [DNAinfo]
3. An early start for Lightstone’s Gowanus development? [Brownstoner]
4. Children’s clothing boutique My Little Sunshine opens Tribeca location [NYO]
5. Teams from with cities with higher median home prices have a better chance of making it to the Super Bowl [AOL]
6. The world’s most expensive private residence has a staff of 600 and a six-story garage [Curbed]
7. This side of Baltimore: F. Scott Fitzgerald’s townhouse hits market for $450K [Curbed]
8. Japan’s second richest man is the buyer of America’s priciest home [Forbes]
9. Which cities have the greatest number of foreign-born homeowners? [Business Insider]
10. This one-bedroom apartment cost a cool $9M [Curbed]
11. Extended gas outage irks East Village tenants [The Local]

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