In the News: 9/11 Relics

••• The New York Times reviews Brushstroke and quite likes it. I find Sam Sifton’s writing impenetrable, but it seems to me that the stars (two for Brushstroke) haven’t reflected the reviews lately.

••• The New York Times wants photos of your 9/11 souvenirs relics.

••• “Victim of 2009 chill, 395 Broadway loft sells quickly at premium.” (Manhattan Loft Guy)

••• “A new condo building, Reade57, at Broadway and Reade Street, soon will target Tribeca buyers like [the WSJ loves to kick off articles by citing random people]. One-bedrooms in the 20-story building will likely start at $814,000, while two-bedrooms will start at $1.435 million. That puts Reade57’s prices well below the median for apartments or houses sold in the area. That price has risen 40% since 2005, to $2.25 million this year, according to” Reade57 is the new glass behemoth at Broadway. (Wall Street Journal)

••• “The Manhattan Sailing Club’s new Corporate Sailing League got underway in New York Harbor last week, with consulting firm Gerson Lehrman finishing first after three races. Law firm Cravath Swaine & Moore placed second, and Merrill Lynch was third.” (Broadsheet Daily)

••• “Three Downtown high school students have been recognized by State Senator Daniel Squadron and were awarded the third annual Service and Government Engagement Awards.” I always want to add “to the rescue!” after Squadron’s name. (Broadsheet Daily)

••• The green lake that appeared at the Deutsche Bank site in the spring is now gone. (DNAinfo)


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