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St. Regis Holiday Decor; 'Rare' West Village Development Site

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MIDTOWN—Hotel lobbies get dressed to the nines for the holiday season, and this year, the St. Regis tapped designer Bronson van Wyck to create a winter wonderland inspired by "traditional European holiday designs from Vienna and Berlin." The lobby has been transformed into a woodland scene, with a taxidermy deer and snowy owl perched above the front desk. There's a golden apple tree with chocolates for guests, and complementary apple cider is served in the lobby. [CurbedWire Inbox; official]

WEST VILLAGE—Douglas Elliman and Masskey Knakal are trying to sell a development site in the West Village. Marketing it as "one of only a handful of large scale residential development opportunities left," 8 Charles Lane is an 88-foot by 103-foot parcel on an adorable cobblestoned thoroughfare cornered between Washington and West streets to the east and west, and Charles and Perry streets to the north and south. The brokerbabble touts 27,000 buildable square feet, which could fit one single-family mansion, three townhomes, or a boutique condo building. The below was included in the statement, and there's no asking price, so it likely wants a lot. [CurbedWire Inbox]