We’re a little late this morning because Riva Froymovich, our trusty and talented Real Estate intern, had her last day yesterday, and, well, I hadn’t realized how labor-intensive these morning-read entries are.
Anyway, here’s what we’ve been reading on the Web this morning: Charlie Bagli’s take on the latest Silverstein/Ground Zero developments. (The Read More
Barcelona’s urban landscape is putting New York to shame.
In recent years, the Spanish city has restored the public use of a beach, built a highway to connect the town center with the outskirts, converted a power plant and, well, just made themselves look sexier. The urban renewal initative has even attracted a number of Read More
The Conflux festival in September turns the city into a laboratory for the creation of new communities. The annual New York City event connects artists, writers, and researchers in an exploration of the physical and psychological landscape of the city. This year it will be held in Brooklyn. Events include tours, workshops, street games, performances Read More