On the Market: Murdered Landlord Wins $18K. at Posthumous Raffle; Whole Foods Cited for Failing to Maintain Coignet Building; Landlords Owe $555 M. in Back Taxes

Piano technician survives Harlem collapse thanks to “cocoon of pianos.” [Gothamist]
Meanwhile, Harlem explosion draws focus to aging pipes beneath the streets. [Crain’s]
New York City has more “rich” neighborhoods than any other U.S. city. [AC]
The history of the Hamilton Theater on 146th and Broadway. [NYT]
Clinton Hill Mexican grill to serve margaritas out of Patron bottles. But why? [DNAinfo]
Isn’t that ironic? Murdered Brooklyn landlord wins $18K. in Hasidic raffle. [Post]
A look at the condos CetraRuddy is designing for Chetrit at 135 West 52nd. [Curbed]
City cites Gowanus Whole Foods a second time for failing to fix Coignet facade. [BP]
TOWN spat is over, but more brokers continue to flee to more stable brokerages. [TRD]
More than 20,000 landlords in the city owe $555 M. in back taxes. [Post]
Wealthy homeowners go Victorian, build conservatories/greenhouses. [WSJ]
Developers eye old Catskills hotel as development site for $750 M. hotel. [Crain’s]
Non-profit New York Foundling lists Greenwich Village home for $47.5 million. [WSJ]
Have you heard of Prospect-Lefferts Gardens? Because The Times thought maybe you hadn’t. [NYT]

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