The Afternoon Wrap: Thursday

A tool retailer buys a $19 million condo at 15 Central Park West. [TRD]

Greenwich is reportedly in an uproar over a Kremlin crony’s plans to build a "super mansion" in the hedge fund Mecca of the Northeast. Who does he think he is bringing an ostentatious pile of bricks to a town filled with diminutive summer cottages? [Huffington Post]

It’s because of the classic touches like these that people shell out $45 million for a condo at The Plaza. [Curbed]

The Zagat Suvey guide to the best places for Seder in the city. [Zagat]

The Auto Yard sale in the Meat Packing District almost harkens to the neighborhood’s grittier past. Then again, look at the offerings. [Racked]

Rent control tenants in Bed Stuy better start apartment hunting; the first Fresh Direct order was delivered today. [Urbanite]

If you judged most Manhattan co-ops by the service entrances, you’d think they are snooty. But a handful would appear "dignified and handsome." [NY Sun]


  The Afternoon Wrap: Thursday