NIMBYs Are Shaping NYC’s New Developments; William Randolph Hearst Penthouse Sells

Posted On Mon, July 27, 2015 By

Posted On Mon, July 27, 2015 By In Real Estate Wire

  • NIMBYs have become power players in New York’s real estate game. Here’s a closer look at the playbook they use to take new developments down. [Crain’s]
  • Aby Rosen has found a new restaurant to replace the iconic Four Seasons in the Seagram building. [NYP]
  • The MTA is kicking gardeners out of their greenspace beneath the elevated tracks of the M train. Before community members came in, it was just a trash-filled abandoned lot. [DNA Info]
  • Michael Bloomberg just bought a $26.5M mansion in London. [TRD]
  • The former penthouse of William Randolph Hearst has finally sold. [Curbed]

Images: 220 Central Park South under construction (L); The Hearst penthouse (R)



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