The Closing: Chelsea Hotel Heat; Buy an Apartment, Get a Car; Mapping Stalled Construction


The Chelsea Hotel kicked guests to the curb two days before it was supposed to close. [The Real Deal] [NY Times]

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Buy a luxury apartment in NYC and the seller might throw in a free car (like anyone would even want one in this city). [NY Times]

Or maybe you’d rather have a celeb’s name attached to your new luxury pad. [Forbes]

Some Upper West Side residents doesn’t want those “flamboyant billionaires” to ruin their view with a three-story pool deck. [NY Post]

Wow, that’s a lot of dots—Crain’s has a map of all the stalled construction sites in New York City. [Crain’s]

One New York senator says city housing officials could have prevented the death of a Bronx family in a house fire. [NY Post]

The diamond district might need to shine up its image to attract more business. [Crain’s]

RXR Realty pays $920 million for Chelsea office property. [The Real Deal]

Several wrongful death suits from East Side crane collapse settled out of court. [NY Post]