In the News: Citigroup Executive Likely Murdered in FiDi

••• Horrible news. “Shawn D. Miller, Citigroup’s managing director of environmental and social risk management, was discovered around 3 p.m. Tuesday by a doorman” at his building, 120 Greenwich. His throat had been slashed. “There was no knife recovered at the scene, leading officials to suspect the death was not a suicide.” —New York Post

Seaport rendering courtesy SHoP Architects••• “Just as the Howard Hughes Corp. is about to reveal its modified redevelopment plans for the Seaport, representatives of two local elected officials said they want to ‘explore’ the possibility of putting a residential tower—the most controversial part of that plan—five blocks away on [Pier 14] at South and Pine streets.” (That’s the old plan at left.)—Tribeca Trib

••• Tonight: “Immediately after the meeting”—in which the Howard Hughes Corp. will reveal its plans to the Seaport Working Group—”at 7:30 p.m., Save Our Seaport has called an ’emergency meeting’ to discuss the Howard Hughes proposals. Several members of Save Our Seaport are also members of the Seaport Working Group. The SOS meeting will take place at St. Margaret’s House, 49 Fulton St., in the conference room. All are welcome to attend.” —Downtown Post NYC

••• “Come Shop the PS 234 Pop-Up Store! Now Open 8:45 a.m.7 p.m. thru Fri 11/21 at 349 Greenwich St. Don’t miss the 6th Annual Friends & Fashion pop-up store fundraiser. Find new and very gently used women’s designer and contemporary brand apparel and accessories. All proceeds go directly to PS 234 to fund enrichment programs and classroom supplies.” —HRP Mamas

••• The Verizon Building at 140 West—mostly being converted to condos—is being marketed as 100 Barclay. New York YIMBY has renderings.

••• The New York Times says that the delicious layer cakes sold at Telepan Local will be available at Telepan on the Upper West Side. (Also, I forgot to mention that Eater got this quote from Bill Telepan: “The message was muddled. We tried to change the concept, but it was a tough year and we had to close.”)

••• The owner of 17 Leonard—fighting with the new development next door (and, if I remember correctly, a tenant)—cut the price of the building by nearly $5 million. —Curbed

••• “At 70 Pine St., details have emerged about the residential hotel that will be on floors three to six of the former AIG tower, where Rose Associates and DTH Capital are creating 644 luxury rental apartments. Furnished Quarters, a provider of temporary furnished apartments, is launching a new brand, Q&A. Some 132 suites will be full-sized, turnkey units, all with kitchens and many with separate office space. The suites will range from 450 to 1,400 square feet.” —New York Post

••• From Notify NYC: “A blue Twinstar helicopter, registration number N326SC, will be conducting a flyover survey today, 11/19, in the vicinity of One World Trade Center and Four World Trade Center in Manhattan. The activity will take place between 2:00 PM and 6:00 PM and will involve a helicopter with an external mounted camera pod.”