Perry St. penthouse project asks $25M, Kiss guitarist faces foreclosure in Westchester … and more

February 25, 2013 05:00PM

1. For $25 million, a “construction site” of a penthouse at 166 Perry Street (with massage room) [Curbed]
2. The G.E. sign atop 30 Rockefeller Center could be a casualty of NBCUniversal sale to Comcast [NYT]
3. City tourism bureau will market Jackson Heights, Washington Heights and other off-the-beaten-path ‘hoods to overseas visitors [DNAinfo]
4. The KISS of debt: Guitarist Ace Frehley’s Westchester home is in foreclosure [NYDN]
5. Architect Anthony Morali counts Paul Rudolph, 56 Leonard and roof gardens as inspiration for 80 South Street skyscraper [NY YIMBY]
6. Bob Hope’s mushroom-y spaceship house in Palm Springs, Calif. to hit the market for $50 million [Curbed]
7. The 70-year-old Emerald Inn pub is latest victim of Upper West Side’s rising rents [NYT]
8. Wright Flight: Italian architect wants to move Frank Lloyd Wright-designed New Jersey home to Italy [Curbed]
9. Further proof that moving sucks: Almost two-thirds of renters live with an ex for a month or more, study shows [CBS]
10. And here’s a list of Craigslist alternatives for roommate hunters [NYM]
11. A converted windmill in Brighton, U.K. is on the market for $1.5 million [WSJ]
12. Officials in Seaside Heights, N.J. want to use “Jersey Shore” funds to build seawall [NYDN]