Weekend Roundup

After brisk sales, some billionaires are taking a step back from the 15 Central Park West, according to the New York Post. And at Trump Park Avenue, a prince moves into the apartment above A-Rod for $6.2 million.

Barbara Corcoran first joked about firing CEO Pam Liebman, and then rode off into the sunset.

The New York Post looks at what $1 million can buy you these days in Manhattan.

Richard Meier and Renzo Piano have a friendly chat in the New York Times. Piano: “The fact that art is robbery is well known–robbery without masks. In some ways that’s good. It’s robbery where you give back, like Robin Hood.”

And the Top of the Rock is ready to battle the Empire State Building.

-Michael Calderone