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Inside Socialite Mickey Easterling's Home; Starchitect Designs

Welcome to Curbed Cuts where Curbed NOLA editor Sarah Chase shares the best real estate and neighborhood news of the week.

LAKEFRONT—The home of the flamboyant socialite and philanthropist, Mickey Easterling, has hit the market and it's just what one would expect from the woman who attended her wake holding a Waterford crystal champagne flute with a bottle of Veuve Clicquot by her side. Take a look around.

NOLA—Check out this map of nine starchitect-designed structures around town; from a few of the Brad Pitt Make It Right houses to the new airport terminal plans.

MARIGNY—A historic Pauger Street home, built sometime between 1820 and 1835, is getting the restoration treatment for its new life as a spot for the Southern Food and Beverage Museum's visiting culinary scholars and chefs to call home while they're in town.

FRENCH QUARTER— It's highly doubtful that this will ever come to fruition but do have a look at the proposed Vanilla Sky Café plans, which call for a pier and hot air balloon rides.

NOLA—Here now, the Louisiana Landmarks Society's 2014 list of the top nine threats to historic preservation, in map form.