Designer Jeffrey Bilhuber sells Trump condo for $16.25M, behind the doors of the Woolworth Building … and more

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Apr.April 12, 2013 05:00 PM

1. Designer Jeffrey Bilhuber sells Trump International condo for $16.25 million [NYT]
2. Batali biff! Community board nixes Babbo permit extension [DNAinfo]
3. A first look at Loews Regency Hotel’s new hipper style [Crain’s]
4. In a Wells Fargo basement, designing a swankier look for the “boring” bank [CNBC]
5. Was Central Park almost a cemetery? [Ephemeral NY]
6. Peeking into 230 Park Avenue, the former home of Bear Stearns [NYO]
7. Revealed: Plans for the Associated Supermarket mixed-use conversion in Clinton Hill [Brownstoner]
8. It’s official: Gowanus is “a-go-go” [WSJ]
9. Even the half brother of an ex-president of France uses cardboard boxes to move [EV Grieve]
10. Landlords can still discriminate against singles and LGBT in all these states [Atlantic Cities]
11. Inside the Woolworth Building — with a camera! [Foto Architectura]
12. Burlington Coat Factory Is Moving Into 2543 Webster Avenue in the Bronx [Crain’s]
13. Feel like a giant amidst Queens Museum of Art’s 9,335-square-foot model of New York City [NYT]
14. Muji moves into Cooper Square space [Local]

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