And, now, as you settle into your Saturday routine, check out some of the top items on Curbed this past week.
1) MePa: It is impossible to get too much Standard Hotel. André Balazs' High Line hotel is now hiring and the tipster spyshots looking out are very cool.
2) Soho: The Moondance Hotel design was finally seen and it's quite something, "an outdoor plaza approximately two floors up with the hotel resting atop it." Fascinating.
3) Williamsburg: The rumor of the week is that the Salvation Army Building at the corner of N. 7 St. and Bedford Avenue is being purchased by Apple. Stay tuned.
4) Bowery: The seemingly abandoned six-story building 190 Bowery (at Spring) is a "72-room Bohemian dream house," inhabited for the past 42 years by photographer Jay Maisel and his family, and the city's best deal. Ever.
5) Williamsburg: Trouble in the real estate market? It's full speed ahead at Northside Piers, where a second tower has now gone on sale.
6) Williamsburg: Speaking of which, the SteelWorks Lofts, which aren't far from the aforementioned Toll Brothers developments, have been revealed.