No Exit and Other News

Just about every reporter who could get up that early checked out the new Fulton Fish Market at Hunt’s Point. Those that couldn’t followed the Mayor’s campaign to reinstitute the commuter tax . But don’t miss the best little story of the day: Jeremy Smerd’s piece on the dispute between the transit authority and Vornado which has kept a subway exit at 59th Street and Lexington Avenue closed since February.

Hunter College professor Tom Agnotti tells the Gotham Gazette that the planning process for Atlantic Yards in Brooklyn is upside down.

And Steve Cuozzo knows what will fill the old Iridium space across from Lincoln Center: P.J. Clarke’s (third item).

Matthew Schuerman No Exit and Other News