In the News: Clocktower Gallery

By Casey Kelbaugh (courtesy the New York Times)

••• The Clocktower Gallery emailed out a New York Times article on founder Alanna Heiss, but I can’t find the link. I guess it hasn’t been posted online just yet? I’ll add it when I find it.

••• Checking in with the Battery Conservancy’s plans for a carousel and Frank Gehry–designed playground in Battery Park. —Broadsheet

••• “The vacant 144-year-old cast-iron and stone buildings at 52 and 54 Lispenard Street are covered with rust and peeling paint. Community Board 1’s Landmarks Committee likes the idea of restoring the buildings—just not the way the developer is proposing. Last week, the committee condemned plans that would combine the two buildings into one condominium development.” —Tribeca Trib

••• “The luxurious Tribeca townhouse made famous during Dominique Strauss-Kahn’s extended stay as a criminal defendant in Manhattan has suffered the indignity of a third price cut—this time to $11.995 million.” —Wall Street Journal

••• Condé Nast is leasing three more floors at 1WTC. —The Real Deal (via Curbed)

••• “The developers of Manhattan’s Trump SoHo will put the hotel and its unsold condominium units up for sale […]. The Sapir Organization, which developed the property with Bayrock Group, has hired brokers Eastdil Secured and Jones Lang LaSalle Inc. to hold an auction for the unspecified number of unsold condominium units and the hotel’s common areas […]. Prospective buyers will receive preliminary information about the sale as early as Wednesday and the auction probably will be held in March or April.” —Crain’s


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