Historic White Horse Tavern sells, vintage architecture trends with a Brooklyn twist, & more

By Nikki M. Mascali  | March 8, 2019 - 11:00AM

The sale of the building where the White Horse Tavern is located, in addition to 17 rental apartments and retail space, won’t affect the 139-year-old West Village haunt (Commercial Observer)

A rent-stabilized tenant sues his landlord after a deadly fire last year destroyed his Harlem building, which was being used as a movie set (New York Post)

Vintage architecture trade catalogs offer a peek into past tends—and Brooklyn’s industrial history (Brownstoner)

Two “Tetris-like” towers will bring 745 mixed-income rentals to Greenpoint Landing (Curbed)

NYC loses its top spot as the world’s best city for the wealthy to London (Financial News)

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