Weyerhauser eyeing sale of its massive home-building division, UWS schools saved from demolition … and more

Jun.June 17, 2013 08:00 AM

1. Weyerhauser weighing sale of its massive home-building division [NYT]

2. Queens Boulevard’s “Coming to America” Wendy’s will be torn down to make way for Jerry Pi’s luxury residential development [WSJ]

3. P.S. 199 and P.S. 191 on the Upper West Side are saved from demolition [West Side Rag]

4. In defense of Bloomberg’s Seaport City plan: OPINION [Crain’s]

5. China moving 250 million people to cities over the next dozen years: VIDEO [NYT]

6. Brooklyn Bridge Park gets $170,000 “eco dock” [DNAinfo]

7. New York City’s least modest listing? [Gothamist]

8. And, Gawker has a field day with the above listing [Gawker]

9. Hollywood producer lists A. Quincy Jones-designed Beverly Hills home for $12 million [WSJ]

10. Aspire to be a witch? There’s a school for that in Lower Manhattan [NYT]

11. Noted preservationist Thomas Roberts dies at 75 [NYT]

12. Mapping the world’s bike-share programs, in real-time [Curbed]

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