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Supertall Towers of 57th Street; Jackie O.'s Girlhood Home

And now, a bit of Outdoors week, among other things, in New York.

1) Midtown: 57th Street will soon be one of the tallest residential corridors in the world, with building's reaching up to 1,432 feet. New renderings show just how the stretch along the southern side of Central Park will look when what's planned for the street and its surrounds.

2) Upper East Side: The childhood home of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis appeared on the market asking $44 million. The duplex in a Rosario Candela-designed building is now home to an incredible art collection which, unfortunately, is not included in the listing price.

3) Upper East Side: Author Ernest Hemingway didn't only shack-up in Key West. A one-bedroom apartment in the building Hemingway spent several later years in is renting for an alarming $27,500.

4) Central Park Central Park's Bethesda Fountain is considered "the centre of the centre" of the park. Here, its fascinating history.
· Curbed NY [ny.curbed]