On the Market: Designing a City for Both Men and Women; One57 Called Clunky and Graceless; Home Buying Fever Breaks

Winston Churchill kin lists artsy Soho loft for $10.95 million. [Post]
An Upper West Side walking tour for romantic comedy lovers. [WSJ]
Ballroomed Park Slope mansion raises asking price to $7.3 million. [Curbed]
Vienna is slowly re-designing itself to be more female-friendly. [Atlantic Cities]
Justin Davidson hates all the new skyscrapers on 57th Street, but especially One57. [NY Mag]
Pet-loving couple leaves UES and Hamptons homes to animal trust. [WSJ]
Brooklyn Bridge Park poised to get super literal boat-shaped platform. [NYT]
Woman whose Park Slope house collapsed has been sleeping on her stoop. [Bk Paper]
Commission to consider landmarks status for five Midtown East buildings. [Crain’s]
Home buying frenzy fades with higher interest rates and asking prices. [WSJ]
Sisters list UWS townhouse that kicked off neighborhood rejuvenation for $5 million. [NYT]
Diner owners blocked from opening new eatery in Tribeca condo. [DNAinfo]
New restaurant tries to make a go of it atop West Harlem sewage treatment plant. [Daily News]
Site clearing commences for Lightstone Group’s massive Gowanus development. [Brownstoner]
Elliman broker, former pro soccer player, takes down purse snatcher in the park. [Post]

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