The Correlation Between Trees and Neighborhood Wealth; Vinegar Hill Townhouse Breaks Sales Record

Posted On Mon, April 13, 2015 By

Posted On Mon, April 13, 2015 By In Real Estate Wire

  • The amount of trees a neighborhood has can signal income inequality. [CityLab]
  • This Vinegar Hill townhouse previously eyed by Robert Pattinson has sold for a neighborhood record of $3.35M. [DNA Info]
  • United American Land is suing an investment banker for renting out his rent-stabilized Tribeca apartment on Airbnb. [CO]
  • Is this Bates+Masi-designed beach house too tiny for its $1.55M price tag? [Curbed]
  • Related Companies’ Carnegie Park was the top-selling building in the first quarter 2015. [6sqft inbox]
  • Though the beloved Pearl River Mart will shutter its three-story Soho shop, the owners are looking to open a new shop elsewhere, possibly on the fourth floor of the same building. [Crain’s]
  • Watch Bryant Park go from winter to spring in this time-lapse video. [WSJ]

Images: Trees via Wiki Commons (L); 69 Gold Street, Vinegar Hill townhouse (R)

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