Tuesday: Brooklyn Oil, the Green Terminator, Naked Maggie?
By Staff | 10/17/06 8:30am
Arnold salutes NYC? [Deider]
Schwarzenegger has taken Mayor Bloomberg into his warm, shapely bosom–but it’s Governor Pataki that Arnold takes to see Battery Park City’s Solaire, the green 27-story tower finished in 2003. (NY Times)
The Brooklyn Paper officially apologizes for their semi-nude photo of Maggie Gyllenhaal: “Its placement on Page One was inappropriate and not in line with our standards.” That’s her neighborly house warming present. (BP)
Developer-cum-“preservationist” Aby Rosen, the most stylish man in the real estate biz, says “the Upper East Side has lost a little bit of its progressive luster.” But is his Lord Foster-designed tower the solution? Answering that question is going to leave “a lot of blood on the floor.” (NY Sun)
After 56 years, 17 million gallons of spilled oil, and 50 carcinogenic acres, Senator Schumer comes to the aid of Greenpoint. Exxon Mobil still doesn’t care. (NY Times)
Next month, New York’s 21st Park Avenue Armory show will assemble 65 dealers for “Modernism: A Century of Style & Design.” Stylishly, the show will preview Richard Meier’s On Prospect Park. Grab your name-brand $6 million apartments early! (Interior Design)