Tommy Hilfiger Drops the Price of His Plaza Penthouse; Airbnb Pushes Local Rents Up, Study Says

March 31, 2015
  • Tommy Hilfiger has dropped the price of his palatial Plaza penthouse by $5 million to $75 million. [NYP]
  • Demo is planned for a site that once served as an underground railroad stop in order to make way for a Downtown Brooklyn tower. [Brownstoner]
  • A new study reveals that Airbnb is indeed pushing the prices of rent up. [WSJ]
  • Renderings of the new Citigroup building slated for Greenwich Village revealed. [Tribeca Citizen]
  • One World Trade Center is successfully luring in more tech and finance firms. [CO]
  • It will cost more than $40 million and take more than ten years to repair Hudson River Park’s Pier 40. [Crain’s]
  • A map of everywhere movies were filmed in NYC between 2011 and 2013. [Animal]

Images: Inside Tommy Hilfiger’s penthouse (L); Airbnb (R)

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