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All one has to do is ask the housewives, teenagers, bloggers, reality TV fiends, and just about anyone who’s stood near a magazine rack while waiting in a grocery line, and they will uniformly say that he is the “cute and sweet” chap who swept Ashley Hebert—the titular character in last year’s version of ABC’s The Bachelorette—off her dainty feet.
The architecture magnet that is the High Line is still attracting those big steel-and-glass gems. The Standard, the Whitney, Diane Von Furstenburg’s place, Frank Gehry, Jean Nouvel, Neil Denari and his crooked HL23—all are there, and so is Morris Adjmi. He already has the XXX-rated High Line Building, and he has been hard at work wooing the Landmarks Preservation Commission with his designs for 837 Washington Street. Yesterday, the commission approved the project 8-2.
Way under the radar, a lovely new Tribeca condo is growing at 83 Walker Street and The Observer has caught an initial peek.
The new nine-story building by Brooklyn developer Abra has just received a unanimous go-ahead from the Landmarks Preservation Commission.
“It’s a beautiful Tribeca building with a twist,” said architect Morris Read More
Yesterday was indeed a busy one at the Landmarks Preservation Commission. Not only were Paul Rudolph and Robert De Niro there, but so was Morris Adjmi, defending yet another wild addition to one of the city’s historic buildings.
Last week it was that torquing High Line neighbor at 837 Washington Street, which Read More