Times Square set for two new hotels next year, farewell to Meseritz Synagogue … and more

New York /
Apr.April 29, 2013 05:00 PM

1. Times Square set for two new hotels next year [DNAinfo]
2. Heavy winds push back crowning of One World Trade Center [NYO]
3. Central Park West condo board cracks down on guerilla bed and breakfast [DNAinfo]
4. Developer and Holocaust survivor leaves vast fortune without a will [NYT]
5. Farewell to the Meseritz Synagogue prior to condo conversion [Local East Village]
6. Video security company Mobotix takes space at 80 Broad Street [NYO]
7. Fire at East Village apartment building: PHOTOS [EV Grieve]
8. Taylor Swift makes $17 million all-cash deal for Rhode Island pad [TMZ]
9. Medieval turrets spotted on home in Bronx Country Club area [Scouting New York]
10. Comedian Sandra Bernhard muses on West Chelsea nabe [DNAinfo]
11. Columbus Avenue gets sustainable streetscape [NYO]
12. Sales office opens at 5 Franklin Place [Curbed]
13. Stonehenge’s 101 West 15th Street gets new name, teaser site [BuzzBuzzHome]
14. Alchemy Properties’ 35XV spikes prices of remaining units [BuzzBuzzHome]


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