‘Jeffersons’ Producer Moves On Up to Wrong Side

Upper West Side: The Jeffersons producer Norman Lear moves into 15 Central Park West, nabbing a $10-mil pad there and joining other celeb buyers Sting and Denzel, plus a lot of dull bankers. Um, weren’t they supposed to move on up to the EAST Side? [Real Deal via Curbed]
Clinton: The Orchestra of St. Luke’s aims to drop $35 million to turn half of a building on West 37th Street into its permanent home, plus rehearsal space for other orchestras. [NYT]
Coney Island: The city’s scraped up $36 million to give Asser Levy Park a world-class amphitheater, to be designed by the same U.K. firm that did the newish Cemusa bus shelters. [Brownstoner]

Crown Heights: In a park here, dudes blew pot smoke right into the face of little ones and nobody even cared! Enough to invite us over, that is. [Brooklynian]
Prospect Lefferts: Crossing the street here into Prospect Park is dangerous even when you have the light (this video proves it!), which is why folks want design changes to make it safer. [Streetsblog]
Upper East Side: With its average property worth $2.9 mil, the 10065 Zip Code is richer than the famed 10021 it recently split off from, where the average shack is $2.2. mil. [NYP]