Anthony Bourdain’s apartment is for rent, a new luxury tower arrives in Greenpoint, & more

By Donna M. Airoldi  | August 14, 2018 - 11:00AM

New York City is helping to lower temperatures inside some apartment buildings by painting their rooftops white (Business Insider)

A new luxury rental tower is one of the latest to arrive in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, a former factory-filled neighborhood that also borders polluted Newtown Creek (The New York Times)

To the north, in Queens, Astoria is primed for vertical expansion—something the neighborhood has so far avoided (Real Estate Weekly)

Anthony Bourdain’s apartment in the Time Warner Center on Columbus Circle is for rent—for $14,200 per month (TMZ)

Prosecutors in the Paul Manafort trial focused their attention on Manafort’s Soho apartment, saying he told the bank it was a second home so he could get a bigger loan, while he was renting it out on Airbnb (WNYC)

Seven things to do before you move into a New York City co-op (Apartment Therapy)


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