On the Market: Freestanding Tourist Maps Rile Soho Residents; Affordable Housing Vs. Community Gardens; Holding Back the Ocean With Sand Barricades

Judge denies developer’s bid to dismiss Azure crane collapse suit. [TRD]
Architect twins love each other, sharing a Clinton Hill apartment. [NYT]
Exploring Brooklyn’s cluttered but charming Japanese Victorian mansion. [Curbed]
Verizon employees really don’t want to move to Brooklyn. [Downtown Express]
Rich Southamptonites try to hold back the ocean with sand barricades. [NYT]
Architectural photo project encourages New Yorkers to look up. [DNAinfo]
Workers at residential buildings say owners are shirking prevailing wage agreements. [WSJ]
NYCHA hikes parking fees at projects, but allows installment payments. [Daily News]
Soho residents don’t want large tourist maps installed on their historic streets. [DNAinfo]
Domed American Thread penthouse once used for aerial dance performance. [Curbed]
Robert A.M. Stern lends his architectural talents to a Connecticut affordable housing project. [WSJ]
Should vacant Williamsburg lot be used for affordable housing or a community garden. [Gothamist]

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