In the News: Your Future Cupolas Await

••• Raw real estate porn: A listing for “two full floors (on the 26th and 27th stories), plus two three-story cupolas above that whose roofs are all patina-y and green” on 15 Park Row. —Curbed

••• “BPC Parks Conservancy Reconceives Planting to Deal with Salt and Extreme Weather.” —Broadsheet

••• 396 Broadway (at Walker) is about to be sold, meaning plans “to convert it into 52 luxury rental apartments to be designed by prolific schlockitect architect Gene Kaufman” are out. The buyer’s plans remain unclear. —The Real Deal

••• The New York Times raves about an exhibit of the work of graphic designer Richard Hollis at Artists Space: Books & Talks. (It closes Nov. 10.)

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