In the News: Inside Beyoncé and Jay Z’s Apartment

••• “Ever wondered what kind of art Beyoncé and Jay Z are into? Internet mavens have identified two artworks in the video for Beyoncé’s new single 7/11, which was filmed inside the Tribeca apartment the R&B superstar shares with her husband. In the video she dances in front of a David Hammons Basketball drawing, and a Car Hood wall piece by Richard Prince.” It’s not her best work. (“Haunted” is better—the song and the video—even if Madonna has already been there.) —Artnet

••• Racked got confirmation of the report that women’s fashion boutique Pookie & Sebastian is the new tenant at 147 Reade.

••• “The Southbridge Towers board of directors issued a statement saying that the [NYS] Division of Housing and Community Renewal had concluded its review of the privatization vote at the Mitchell-Lama co-op and had found no fault with the outcome.” —Downtown Post NYC

••• 17 John will be 30 stories and it’ll be “extended-stay apartments.” —New York Times

••• The New York City Rescue Mission “is requesting warm clothing for men and women, especially coats. They also need toiletries for women, who are a new addition to the shelter. To learn more, head here.” —DNAinfo

••• What 118 Fulton might look like. —New York YIMBY

118-Fulton-Street rendering


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