CurbedMay 15, 2013MORNINGSIDE HEIGHTS—Last week, Columbia's Manhattanville business school got a $100 million boost from billionaire Ronald Perelman, and with that announcement came new renderings of the two buildings. Like the medical center, they are designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro and feature similar zig-zagging cutaway facades. They will provide a combined 450,000- square-feet of space, some of which will be filled with those same collaborative gathering spaces we heard about before.
EAST HARLEM—One Museum Mile, the condo building located at the northeast corner of Central Park on Fifth Avenue, is now 70 percent sold. Reps send word that in the last three months, the building has seen 25 new sales, including a $3.6 million one that set a record for the neighborhood. So what's left? Two-bedroom apartments ranging in size from 1,284 to 1,699-square-feet, and three-bedrooms up to 2,118-square-feet.