It is unlikely any traditional meat-slinging deli can afford $36,000 a month for the 3,000-square-foot space that once housed Second Avenue Deli. (Page Six)
Female therapy veterans write a real estate and self-help book, inspired by the the frenzied market of L.A. and the Tao Te Ching. (The New York Times)
A Jann Wenner type–who “collected Aston Martins, until he sold them (a shooting brake, a convertible and two coupes)”–has a thing for Art Deco furniture, especially pieces designed by Émile-Jacques Ruhlmann. To each their own. (The New York Times)
Butt cracks have their place…I see the slobs at L’Impero. I see them at DB Bistro Moderne. Steakhouses that were once suit-and-suspenders heaven now seat anything on two legs, even legs in filthy denim.
One of the largest properties in Miami Beach is on Palm Island, goes for $19.7 million, and is one nice party house. We assume interested buyers will have to duke it out with Diddy. (Forbes)