Urban Outfitters officially leases at 3 Herald Square, tearing down the Berlin Wall for condos … and more

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Mar.March 01, 2013 05:00 PM

1. A look at High Line copycats from around the world [Curbed]
2. It’s official: Urban Outfitters inks lease at 3 Herald Square [NYO]
3. Gilded Age mansions are once again having their moment [WSJ]
4. Tear down this wall! And build condos? Berlin Wall stretch could become luxury housing development [Die Welt via Worldcrunch]
5. An expansive look at the designers behind the Kips Bay micro apartments [NYT]
6. Vacant Bushwick church will be converted to housing, but first will be a location for a feature film [DNAinfo]
7. Seeing red: City sidewalks to get more fire hydrants of the crimson variety [NYT]
8. Kanye lists 4,214-square-foot bachelor pad to move in with Kim Kardashian [TMZ]
9. Fairway opens in Red Hook [Crain’s]
10. Bright Lights, Big City (views): a tour of Jay McInerney and Anne Hearst’s Greenwich Village home [Architectural Digest]
11. With the release of a new book on Russ & Daughters, Gothamist takes a detailed look at the Lower East Side institution [Gothamist]
12. No building here: vacant Greenpoint lot eyed for community garden [Brownstoner]
13. Solving rich people problems with automated parking garages [NYT]

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