In the News: Duane Street’s Lost Tower

••• Somehow I missed a great Daytonian in Manhattan post from last month about 165 Duane. The mansard tower was removed in the 1920s. What a loss! (Photo from the collection of the New-York Historical Society.)

••• And today’s Daytonian in Manhattan post: the Bush Terminal Building at 100 Broad, since destroyed.

••• “The Landmarks Preservation Commission’s proposed rule changes, explained: Everything you need to know about possible changes to the city’s process for changing historic building.” —Curbed

••• A Wall Street Journal article about how interior decorator Richard Mishaan is inspired by the Sunnylands estate in Rancho Mirage, Calif., mentions how “for a pair of effervescent Tribeca parents, for example, he introduced 18K gold tiles into otherwise lackluster white-tiled bathroom walls.”

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  1. A suggested finishing touch to our effervescent neighbors’ bathroom: https://www.guggenheim.org/exhibition/maurizio-cattelan-america

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