Here’s what the Untapped Staff is reading in the HQ today:

  • NYC’s 20 most expensive homes sold in 2017 [Curbed NY]: Once again, 432 Park Avenue dominates the list of New York’s most expensive sold homes in 2017: the skinny skyscraper, which opened to residents last year, took a whopping seven spots on this list, including the priciest sale of the year: a three-unit, 12,000-square-foot combo pad that closed for $91 million just this month.
  • Take it to the Bridge: Overwhelming Support for Sonny Rollins on the LES [Bowery Boogie]: In retrospect, it was apparently a race to name Lower East Side infrastructure after Jazz saxophonist Sonny Rollins. While Essex Crossing just anointed one of its luxury rental buildings in the name of Rollins (Site 5), the earlier effort at another area renaming remains underway. You remember – that months-old grassroots campaign to likewise rechristen the Williamsburg Bridge in his honor.

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