Brooklyn Army Terminal getting a solar panel pilot program; Largest Chick-fil-A ever opens in FiDi

Posted On Fri, March 30, 2018 By

Posted On Fri, March 30, 2018 By In Daily Link Fix

Rendering of solar equipment on the roof of the Brooklyn Army Terminal via NYC EDC (L); Chick-fil-A at 144 Fulton Street via Chick-fil-A(R)

  • An outdoor sculpture garden made of trash is coming to the City Reliquary. [Untapped Cities]
  • The city is looking to cover a 100,000-square-foot rooftop at the Brooklyn Army Terminal with solar panels. Residents and business owners would pay for the solar power through a monthly membership fee. [amNY]
  • A five-story + rooftop terrace Chik-fil-A–the largest ever–has opened in the Financial District. [Eater]
  • A new train service between NYC and the Berkshires could launch as soon as 2019. [TONY]
  • The Upper West Side is getting a barber museum. [West Side Rag]
  • 20 cheap “Passeaster” things to do this weekend. [Brokelyn]
  • Go inside 70 West, Harlem’s thoughtfully-designed mixed-income condo. [CityRealty]



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