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New Models at Carnegie Park; 1964 World's Fair Pavilion Film

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UPPER EAST SIDE—Related Companies converted its giant rental tower at 200 East 94th Street into condos, and to help boost sales, they hired a trio of designers to outfit three new model units. Pictured above, the spaces feature the work of Carrier and Company Interiors, GRADE, and Tamara Magel. The condos range from studios to four-bedrooms, with prices starting at $825,000. Of the eight units currently available on StreetEasy, the priciest offering is asking $2.795 million. Sales launched in January. [CurbedWire Inbox; previously]

FLUSHING—Modern Ruin, a documentary about Philip Johnson's New York State Pavilion for the 1964 World's Fair, will make its debut at the Queens Theatre In the Park on Friday, May 22. The film chronicles the iconic structure's history, from its initial use as spectacle to its lengthy demise. Its director, Matthew Silva, also spearheads People For the Pavilion, a group that advocates for the restoration of the decaying structures. [official; previously]