Landmarking Tin Pan Alley, the Biebers apartment hunt in Lower Manhattan, & more

By Nikki M. Mascali  | March 15, 2019 - 11:00AM

Billionaire Ken Griffin, buyer of the $238 million NYC penthouse that broke U.S. real estate records, says he is less likely to move his hedge fund here now that Amazon has canceled its HQ2 plans (Crain’s)

How much should you really be spending on your monthly rent? (Business Insider)

On the hunt for a Downtown rental, model Hailey Baldwin and pop star husband Justin Bieber tour Ian Schrager’s 160 Leroy St. (New York Post)

A state Supreme Court ruling puts the future of what would be the Upper West Side’s tallest tower into question (The Real Deal)

Nine families share their secrets for keeping the peace while renovating (Design Sponge) 

Tin Pan Alley, a row of townhouses on West 28th St. in Manhattan considered to be the birthplace of American popular music, could earn landmark status (Curbed)

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