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Holiday House Announced; Hal Prince Lists NYC Townhouse

NYC—With the thermostat in the 80s and 90s it may be hard to even envision the hoildays, but the annual Holiday House showhouse will open Oct. 25 at a limestone mansion in Manhattan. Participating designers include Eric Cohler, Campion Platt, and Vicente Wolf; proceeds from ticket sales will benefit the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. [Editor at Large]

EVERYWHERE—Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia has named Lisa Gersh CEO. Gersh had been president and COO. [Folio]

NYC—The townhouse that belongs to famed theater producer Hal Prince has hit the market for $22M. Prince bought the place for $12M three years ago, but the "quadruple mint renovation" justifies the $10M he's hoping to earn. [The Real Deal via Curbed NY]

DETROIT—Last year, Detroit was immortalized in a stunning Super Bowl ad featuring Eminem and a Chrysler vehicle. This year, the city—the skyline, its architecture, and so on—feature in the new RoboCop movie. As Detroits nerds say, "Hi Ren Cen!" [previously; Curbed Detroit]