Washington Heights to get its first hotel, owner of farm-to-table restaurant DuMont commits suicide … and more

July 26, 2013 05:00PM

1. Washington Heights to get its first hotel at 168th Street [Crain’s]

2. Colin Devlin, restaurateur and owner of DuMont,  commits suicide [Brownstoner]

3. Duplex in Lenox Hill with secret bookcase asks $9.65 million [Curbed]

4. Crown Heights’ Grand Avenue to get ten-unit residential building [Brownstoner]

5. Demolition begins at South Village’s 54 Macdougal Street [BuzzBuzzHome]

6. Single-tenant landlord W.P. Carey to buy nontraded REIT for $2.4 billion [Bloomberg News]

7. Units at the Upper West Side’s Apthorp to hit the market Friday [NYDN]

8. Breaking down North Fork, New York’s “anti-Hamptons[DNAinfo]