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HAVE YOU HEARD: Dermot Co’s dance routine; Hamptons showcase for Coastal Living home

THE Dermot Company has partnered with The Mark Morris Dance Group to offer residents of 66 Rockwell dance and fitness classes.
The ground-up rental is located within downtown Brooklyn’s BAM Cultural District and the developer wants tenants to take full advantage.
“The BAM Cultural District is home to some of the country’s best performing arts organizations, including the Mark Morris Dance Group,” said Jane Cohen, property manager at The Dermot Company.

66 Rockwell
66 Rockwell

“We are very excited to offer this service to our residents and deepen our ties with 66 Rockwell’s dynamic neighbors.”
The parentship with Mark Morris is the first of a series 66 Rockwell plans with community organizations.
The company has hired an amenities manager to lead programming and facilitate new partnerships.
Mark Morris — an acclaimed dancer who has worked with everyone from Mikhail Baryshnikov to Yoyo Ma — opened his Brooklyn school in 2001.

FOR the first time ever, Time Inc.’s Coastal Living will build its 2015 showhouse in the Hamptons.
David H. Sherwood is the architect for the project and Meg Braff will design the interiors of the publication’s 7,000 s/f 2015 showhouse.
The 7,000 s/f house will be built by Benco Construction with seven bedrooms, as well as a pool with cabana.
In June, the custom-built home will open to the public for tours.
Antonia van der Meer, editor-in-chief of Coastal Living, said, “A quintessential American beach town with a tremendous sense of style and culture, East Hampton is a great location for this year’s house. And because the Showhouse is one of our readers’ favorite editorial features, we think they’ll love seeing it in this beautiful destination — whether in the magazine pages, online, or on a tour.”
The 2015 Coastal Living Showhouse will be featured in the October issue of Coastal Living.

An unknown buyer has bought a two-bedroom apartment in the Baccarat at 20 West 53rd Street for for $4.48 million.
The 50-story tower, developed by Starwood Capital and Tribeca Associates, is split up into a hotel and condo component.
According to Streeteasy, the corner apartment on the 23rd floor features 10 ft. floor-to-ceiling windows and wood flooring with Ebony Mahogany stain.
Like all Baccarat condos, the 1,464 s/f pad comes with 24-hour concierge and room service.  The residences are now open, and the hotel is slated to open in March.


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