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Starck's Face Finally Off Dwell95; New Phase of MiMA Rentals

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COBBLE HILL—Mixed-income compound Columbia Commons (sold out in June!) and Columbia Hicks Apartments was awarded the Jack Kemp Models of Excellence Award from the Urban Land Institute, a prize honoring projects that "meet workforce housing needs in high-cost communities." The BQE-adjacent project was designed by GF55 Partners in collaboration with city housing authorities and developed by L+M Equities. [CurbedWire Inbox]

HELL'S KITCHEN—Related Companies is feeling fall-ish and releasing new rental inventory at 1 MiMA Tower on floors 42 to 50, and the previously-marketed units up to the 41st floor are now over two-thirds leased. Luxury renters can even "pay their rent via credit cards and earn valuable rewards," which, at $3,620/month and up, may not be the brightest idea for anything less than an AmEx Centurion card. [CurbedWire Inbox]

FINANCIAL DISTRICT—A tipster writes in with evident relief that "After like a billion years Philippe Starck is no longer the branding for this building," otherwise known as Dwell95, the Starck-designed luxury rental conversion at 95 Wall Street. Cowboy hats are so four years ago. [CurbedWire Inbox]