On the Market: Inside CityPoint Phase 2; Two Pools for $33 M.; X-Line Answer to Outborough Connex

  • Michael Imperioli sells his Tribeca townhouse for $7 million. [NY Post]
  • No surprise: Collumbia’s Lee Bollinger stumps for NYU’s expansion plan. [DNAinfo]
  • More details on Fulton Mall’s massive CityPoint project. [ArchPaper]
  • A look at Starwood Cap’s super-sleek Baccarat hotel across from MoMA. [Journal]
  • Harlem Corn Exchange redo gets thumbs down from Landmarks. [Curbed]
  • Living on the Williamsburg waterfront is nice. [NY Post]
  • Battery Park City developer admits to fraud, pays $2 million. [Crain’s]
  • Trump Park Avenue penthouse returns yet again for $35 million. [Real Deal]
  • “REIT Legend” W.P. Carey sells Park Avenue co-op for $14 million. [Curbed]
  • Can Industry City in Sunset Park be transformed by music studios? [Brownstoner]
  • Why have one pool in your townhouse when you can have two… for $33 M. [Journal]
  • MTA using nifty solar lubricators to grease wheels on new F&G bridge. [BK Paper]
  • JetBlue sign challenged by neighbors in Long Island City. [NY Times]
  • A look at the new St. Anne’s warehouse. [Brownstoner]
  • Funny! Curbed digs up all the listings with classic movies on the TV. [Curbed]
  • Can the X-line save outerborough subways? [Capital NY]
  • Hell’s Kitchen still has plenty of gross supers. [BrickU]
  • Bed-Stuy grapples with its aging population. [Daily News]
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