A mattress magnate has found a new place to lay his head at night. The co-founder of mattress company Casper, Luke Sherwin, and his chef wife Clare De Boer have purchased a Park Slope townhouse at 605 3rd Street in all cash for $5.25 million, according to newly released property records. The 4,000-square-foot property is located in a historic district on a tree-lined street that is steps away from Prospect Park. It is surrounded by
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Watch the latest video at foxbusiness.com Video via FOX The CEO of Douglas Elliman is tying New York City’s real estate recovery to public safety amid concerns over rising crime. “People are afraid to actually walk in the city anymore,” Dottie Herman said while a guest on FOX Business’ “Cavuto: Coast to Coast” Monday. “From everything I hear — and I’m out there all the time — the biggest problem is crime.” Herman also raised
Manhattan Community Board 2 voted overwhelmingly Monday night to reject the Soho/Noho rezoning proposed by the de Blasio administration. The 50-member board’s vote is only advisory, but its resolution against the plan represents a speed bump in the seven-month land use review, which will ultimately be decided by City Council members Margaret Chin and Carlina Rivera. The two members have said they want changes to ensure more affordable housing is built and preserved. Board member