In Today’s [em]Observer[/em]

Matthew Schuerman uncovers what Sheldon Solow did to stop the United Nations from building a tower just north of the Consolidated Edison site where he is planning a mega-luxury-development.

In Manhattan Transfers, architect Emilio Ambasz is not too busy with his MoMA show to try selling his $31 million townhouse once again. Adam Lindemann continues adding inventory to the luxury market. And, a hungry Wilf takes a bite out of East End Avenue.

If you think that Brownstoner guy has some crazy home renovation stories, Choire Sicha, and his racist Czech cleaning woman, will blow your mind.

And Moira Hodgson chows down at Philippe. In Today’s [em]Observer[/em]