Inside the ‘Rent Is Too Damn High’ Guy’s Apartment; BIG’s West 57th Pyramid Gets Its Peak

Posted On Mon, February 9, 2015 By

Posted On Mon, February 9, 2015 By In Real Estate Wire

  • Inside activist Jimmy McMillan’s (a.k.a. the ‘Rent Is Too Damn High’ guy) St. Mark’s Place apartment. [NYP]
  • BIG’s West 57th pyramid/tetrahedron gets its peak. [Field Condition]
  • There’s a stunning Tudor in Westchester on the market for just $125,000. It just comes with one caveat: You have to move it. [NYT]
  • Mayor de Blasio pledges to fight for rent reform. [Capital NY]
  • Plus more details on de Blasio’s East New York re-zoning plan revealed. [Brownstoner]
  • Condos at the converted Brooklyn Trust Company bank bulding will be priced at $3.35 million and up. [NYT]
  • The French government has purchased a one-family townhome on the Upper East Side for $13.8 million. [CO]
  • Harvard constitutional scholar Laurence Tribe is calling on Comptroller Scott Stringer to join the fight against One Vanderbilt. Tribe says the tower is likely to spur lawsuits that could cost taxpayers up to $1 billion. [Crain’s]

Images: Inside Jimmy McMillan’s apartment. © NY Post (L); BIG’s pyramid on W. 57th Street. © Field Condition (R)



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