The Real Deal New York

Tadao Ando unveils Nolita apartment block design, Bruce Ratner named Museum of Jewish Heritage chair … and more

June 19, 2014 05:30PM

1. Japanese architect Tadao Ando unveils designs for seven-story Nolita apartment block [Deze En Magazine]

2. Bruce Ratner named chair of New York’s Museum of Jewish Heritage [Crain’s Cleveland]

3. Real estate-collecting daughter of Armenian journalist Levon Airapetian picks up West Village townhouse for just under $10M [NYP, 3rd item]

4. Condé Nast chair’s new Bellport, L.I. drives up local property values [NYP]

5. Mural to replace Sunnyside graffiti [DNAinfo]

6. London is the world’s most expensive office market [CBRE report]

7. Lower East Side’s Olympic Restaurant to shutter [EV Grieve]

8. Urban areas trump traditional vacation spots among international house hunters [Trulia blog]

Julie Strickland