In the News: Jeremy Lin

••• Knicks phenom Jeremy Lin, whom you may have read about lately, has rented a furnished two-bedroom apartment at the W New York Downtown. —New York Post

••• “A fire that raged at a Battery Park City high-rise Monday night was electrical, FDNY officials said.” Accidental, too. —DNAinfo

••• “By the tiniest of margins, the recent sale of the ‘1,793 sq ft’ Manhattan loft #13C at 150 Nassau Street set a new high on a dollar-per-foot basis for this handsome building.” —Manhattan Loft Guy

••• The L.A. Times investigates the Tribeca set of “Watch What Happens Live,” Andy Cohen’s talk show on Bravo.

••• More than you ever wanted to know about a generator delivery and installation at 60 Hudson. —



  1. Have to admit that I’m got a major geek-crush on 60 Hudson. I used to really dislike it towering over the neighborhood, but once I learned a bit about it I really started to appreciate how interesting it is.

  2. @Sal: People who live across the street from the building feel much less fondly about it.

  3. Re: 150 Nassau, #13C: ONE window constitutes an exposure (south)?