So the New York Post has now returned to 25 cents, after 10 days of selling for twice the price at newsstands.
And in an article in today's New York Times, Post editor Col Allan referred to the abrupt price drop as “part of a well-planned strategy.”
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In recent weeks, a new billboard has popped up across the street from the Daily News’ remote quarters on the far east end of 33rd Street, where the paper has toiled in near desolation since its move from its beloved Art Deco headquarters on 42nd Street nearly a decade ago.
“New York Post Circulation: 652427,” Read More
Number 11 [Curbed]
Yesterday, the folks at Curbed ran a breaking story on Lachlan Murdoch’s old 11 Spring Street semi-palace.
A special Curbed correspondent reports this morning that the building is going condo, with construction to begin in about a month. The rumored buyer? Malcolm Stevenson by name, a man Read More
At 7:30 a.m. on the morning of July 10, real-estate broker Mark Baum noticed a new e-mail on his BlackBerry inbox. Subject: bartha bartha.
It was from one of his oldest clients, Dr. Nicholas Bartha, the 66-year-old doctor who owned the four-story townhouse at 34 East 62nd Street that exploded in flames and fell Read More
Media scion Lachlan Murdoch has now found a buyer for his (unfinished) $14.75 residence in Nolita, according to the Corcoran Group website. Corcoran broker Brooks Nicholson confirmed that a contract was signed on June 29th for the five-story, brick building at 11 Spring Street, but could not discuss the sale price.
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William Neuman may have skipped out on the Big Deal this past weekend, but he has now uncovered the listing for one of downtown’s most talked about buildings.
Lachlan Murdoch’s epic project to transform a five-story, former stable building into his palatial residence is not happening. Mr. Murdoch Read More
Last month Rupert Murdoch, chairman and C.E.O. of News Corp. and publisher of guilty-pleasure tabloid the New York Post, told London’s Guardian that newspapers were dead.
Classified advertising, he said, was in a terminal “slide”: “I don’t know anybody under 30 who has ever looked at a classified advertisement in a newspaper,” he said.
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The Real Estate would never condone something as intrusive as digging through public records. Regardless, William Neuman reports on how to learn about noisy neighbors or the selling price of apartments on your block.
Lachlan Murdoch finds a renter for his Laight Street condo, according to New York magazine. But no word Read More
Ever since news organizations became queasy about the use of unnamed sources—the legions of lesser Deep Throats who fuel the free press as we know it—The New York Times has acquired an odd, awkward new affectation, a self-conscious journalistic tic that pops up in news reports when an anonymous source is cited. In what is Read More
Ever since news organizations became queasy about the use of unnamed sources—the legions of lesser Deep Throats who fuel the free press as we know it— The New York Times has acquired an odd, awkward new affectation, a self-conscious journalistic tic that pops up in news reports when an anonymous source is cited. In what Read More