In the News: Sweating With Your Neighbors

••• The New York Times continues its relentless coverage of over-the-top amenities in real estate for the rich. This week’s article included the hamam at the Cast Iron House (Broadway and Franklin) and the hamam and the tiled garage at 443 Greenwich. A private hamam, I can get, but one you share with your neighbors? Pass. (And it seems like trouble waiting to happen….)

••• “Trains along six subway lines were disrupted for Friday morning’s rush-hour commute because of a power outage near Chambers Street.” —DNAinfo

••• “The new Peck Slip School in the Seaport is expected to open to students this September and its principal Maggie Siena is looking forward to having a library and dedicated space for music, art and science.” —Downtown Express

••• To celebrate its move to 1 World Trade Center, Vogue ran a fashion story shot around the World Trade Center area—the WTC Transportation Hub, Fulton Center, the Beekman, etc. (Photo by Mikael Jansson.) And the New Yorker, whose navel-gazing knows no bounds, ran a cover about its move from Times Square. There’s also a Talk of the Town leader about clearing out its offices….