And, now, as you start your Saturday, have a look at some of our favorite Curbed posts of the week.
1) West Village: Chupi is still in CRISIS. In the nine months that it's been on the "official" market, the eighth- and ninth-floor duplex at upstart developer Julian Schnabel's Palazzo Chupi has seen its asking prices rise and fall from $27M to $32M to $29.5M and now it's a mere $23M. What's m next? Chupster, please. Please, hang in.
2) Nolita: The new building at 211 Elizabeth on the corner of Prince Street is showing the intricate olde-style brick that's been going up underneath. These ain't cheap bricks either.
3) Midtown East: The rendering of the windmill at the top of the tower on 34th Street has been released. A windmill!!!
6) Brooklyn: Our culture suffered a body blow when the King of Brooklyn Architecture, Robert Scarano, pulled all the renderings of his buildings from his website.
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