The Closing: A Mind-Bending Elevator; First Ray's Pizza Serving Last Slice; Yankees Hotel Planned

Grace Church School has plans for the former N.Y.U. space on Cooper Square (looks like they’re learning from the best). [Curbed]

Who cares about no paychecks? Food in NYC is getting pricier. [City Limits]

Now THAT’S what we call an elevator. [ScoutingNY]

Some new images from Squibb Park’s facelift. [Brownstoner]

State housing commish Darryl Towns admits to drunk driving. [NY Times]

British media and tech conglomerate Pearson’s moving into Hudson Square. [Crain’s]

It’s not too late to find that perfect Hamptons home. [Journal]

Anne Hathaway’s heartbreak heaven on the market. [Daily News]

The original Ray’s Pizza—not “Original Ray’s” or “Famous Original Ray’s” or “Ray’s Famous Pizza” but the honest-to-god first Ray’s Pizza—is closing. [NY Times]

If you build it, they will spend the night: New hotel for Yankees stadium. [Crain’s]