The Closing: Zell and Toll Team Up; Burg Beats Burbs; Inside Esquire’s Clocktower

Inside Laurie Tisch’s 834 Fifth abode. [Curbed]

Inside Two Trees new Williamsburg Hotel. [Brownstoner]

Sam Zell and Toll Brothers teaming up on Park Avenue South. [Crain’s]

An idyllic modernist antique store in Bed-Stuy. (Yes, Bed-Stuy) [NY Times]

Battle of the sexes! How male and female agents sell homes. [Real Deal]

Artists take their work to the High Line. [DNAinfo]

Screw the suburbs! We’re moving to Williamsburg. [NY Times]

Inside Esquire‘s redo of the Dumbo clocktower penthouse. [Daily News]

No more pay phones. [Journal]

Nudist artist can show his “work,” just so long as it’s after dark. [Post]

Vernon Avenue—a strip on the verge. [NY Times]

Construction worker falls to death from church. [Daily News]

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