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Walker Tower Tops $200M In Sales; New SpacesTV Show

CHELSEA?If sales are any indicator, the much-hyped Walker Tower is living up to the hype. Reps send word that sales surpassed the $200 million mark, which brings the building more than 50 percent sold. That means only 25 residences are left, so hop to it, millionaires. [CurbedWire Inbox; previously]

MANHATTAN?SpacesTV launched a new web series called "Thank God I Hired A Designer," and the first two episodes both feature NYC properties. Designer West Chin makes over a small Upper West Side studio, and a cluttered Flatiron apartment gets brightened up by Laura Mannes. [CurbedWire Inbox; official]

THE INTERNET?RentShare is a website that allows roommates to easily pay the rent online, and they have now partnered with Handybook to allow renters to easily split the bills for things like plumbers, handymen, and cleaning services. Users can book directly through the website using Handybook's database and and manage the cost through an online account. [CurbedWire Inbox; official]

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