The Real Deal New York

Why Bill de Blasio is not afraid of heights, Village townhouse that was once a convent asks $15M … and more

March 17, 2014 09:10AM

1. Village townhouse at 154 Waverly Place, formerly a church convent, asks $15 million [Curbed]
2. Airbnb guest uses renter’s Chelsea apartment to host orgy [Gawker]
3. Twenty-somethings still live on the Upper East Side, but feel stranded [NYT]
4. Woman sues boss of top consulting firm Steven Hall & Partners over alleged “pervasively hostile work environment” [NYP]
5. REBNY chief Steven Spinola says de Blasio is “not afraid of tall buildings” [City & State]
6. Religious denominations cutting back on office space in the U.S. [NYT]

Mark Maurer