Eyes on the City: What We’re Reading
February 26th, 2016, 2:46 pm
You! Hey you! Have you been following your New Year’s resolution to follow the news more closely? No? Well, we have you covered. Here’s your weekend reading: First Look At KPF’s 151 East 60th Street, The Upper East Side’s First Possible Supertall [New York YIMBY] Art and 3-D Magic in a German Subway [New York Times] Urban Legend: Why Times Square (Still) Matters [New York Observer] Condos at Extell’s 80-Story LES Tower Get Even Less Pricey [Curbed] City Council speaker unveils proposal for East Harlem [Crain’s New York] Brooklyn Borough President releases a report saying that 2004 rezoning did not anticipate enormous residential growth [Crain’s New York] The East New York rezoning passed City Planning Commission yesterday and now heads to Council [New York Daily News] A long journey to the opening of the new World Trade Center Transportation Hub [New York Times] Could wind energy be coming to the BK waterfront? [Crain’s New York] Gwyneth Paltrow Hires Gensler to Design New Hollywood Arts Club [Arch Daily] Review: ‘The Lonely City,’ a Personal Study of Urban Isolation [New York Times] Get to it!