DID YOU KNOW? Facebook and Instagram users yesterday were met with messages that the social media sites were down. Some users weren’t able to log into their accounts at all while others experienced limited functionality. ME TOO!
DID YOU KNOW? Dallas is coming to New York City....well, not quite: Neiman Marcus is set to open its first-ever namesake flagship on Manhattan’s West Side tomorrow as the anchor tenant at Hudson Yards, the largest U.S. private real estate development, described as “a billionaire’s fantasy city.” An exciting day for some retail optimism after so many months of negative! Greeting customers at one of the new store’s three entrances won't be the traditional department-store beauty counter: A City Bakery and Irving Farm coffee shop will serve coffee and pastries on one side and on the other side, Neiman’s first full-functioning kitchen is set to stage live cooking and mixology demonstrations and host chefs while a chocolate bar allows consumers to order beer and wine while indulging on their sweet tooth. Nouvelle Retail? (FORBES)
DID YOU KNOW? Cornforth White by Farrow & Ball and Storm Grey AF-700 by Benjamin Moore are two of the most popular grey colors for home exteriors. (AD)
DID YOU KNOW? Out of the 30 largest US cities, New York has the largest share of renter households age 60 and up, according to Rent Cafe. As of 2017, there were a total of 572,132 60-plus renters, making up 27% of all renters in the city. That’s a 20% increase over the number of renters over 60 in the city in 2007. There are more renter households over 60 than there are under 34. (NY POST)
DID YOU KNOW? Mercer Consulting's list of best places to live revealed that for the 10th year in a row, Vienna took the No. 1 spot, followed by Zurich, with Auckland, Munich and Vancouver tying for 3rd place. San Francisco came in at #34 and Boston at #36 and New York #44. Considerations include recreation, housing, economy, public services and transport, political and social environment, education, medical and health considerations, and the natural environment. (Marketwatch)