Sh*t My Butler Says
Superior Ink, the new Robert A.M. Stern-designed West Village condominium on West 12th Street (profiled by The Observer‘s Chloe Malle this spring), is turning its luxury eye to two-wheel rides. Residents of the building have been spotted taking advantage of its bicycle valet service, according to The Villager (and spotted by us Read More
As the city’s fortunes have changed, so have its neighborhoods. We plot where New York’s A-listers now live, and profile two buildings at the center of the shift.
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MAP: Who lives where, from the worlds of media, culture, business, and politics >
The elevator at the Superior Ink building was gently lit and cleanly coffered on all three sides. This past Sunday, Eric Zollinger, a senior sales associate for Related Companies, the condo tower’s developer, was crisply suited and freshly showered with gelled hair that stood at attention like fresh-mowed grass. He used the elevator ride to Read More
Wunderkind Broadway baron Jordan Roth, president and co-owner of Jujamcyn Theaters, one of the district’s heaviest hitters, recently bought a $13.1 million apartment at the Superior Ink building on the West Village waterfront, etching another mark on the building’s high-profile totem pole. The glitzy Robert A.M. Stern-designed condo colossus, which has been heralded Read More