On the Market: RXR Holds Up One Worldwide Plaza Sale; When Lhota Worked for the Dolans; Spooky Shuttered Asylums of New York

Beijing “it” couple list their 15 CPW pied-a-terre for $19 M. [Gripepad]
RXR Realty wins minor victory, gets court to halt sale of One Worldwide Plaza. [Crain’s]
Preservationists call REBNY’s bluff on landmarking and affordability. [Crain’s]
Renzo Piano, museum architect extraordinaire. [NYT]
Naftali Group’s UWS condo conversion hits the market, starting at $4.5 M. [TRD]
Roaming the creepy, abandoned asylums of New York. [Post]
Checking in on Breezy Point rebuilding, one year after Sandy. [AC]
Extell files final demolition permits for Nordstrom tower on 57th. [Yimby]
City announces RFP for Jamaica co-working hub. [Queenstoner]
Examining Lhota’s record working for the Dolans. [NYT]
Triplex at once-maligned FLAnk-designed Sutton Place condo asks $13 M. [Curbed]
Real estate honchos throw money at de Blasio. [Crain’s]
As if he wasn’t terrifying enough already, Rob Ford transforms office into haunted house. [AC]
Harlem man makes a living blowing giant soap bubbles in city parks. [DNAInfo]
It’s a bad idea to store uncovered rugs in the basement. [Brownstoner]

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