Daily Link Fix: Hip Hop Museum Coming to Harlem and Midtown; Manhattan Would Need 48 Bridges if Everyone Drove

December 22, 2014
  • The Hip Hop Hall of Fame Museum, the city’s first institution focused on the music genre, is headed for Midtown and Harlem in 2017. [Daily News]
  • Track Santa, visit the North Pole, and find the best neighborhood light displays with these holiday-themed apps. [NY1]
  • An historic automat façade was revealed on 104th Street and Broadway. [West Side Rag]
  • Remembering Gimbels Department Store. [Daytonian in Manhattan]
  • If everyone in Manhattan drove instead of taking public transportation, the city would need 48 new bridges each with eight lanes of traffic. [Vox]
  • The top 10 NYC street art graffiti pieces of 2014. [Untapped]

Images: Hip Hop Hall of Fame Museum rendering via Terrance Healy & Associates and Zubatkin & Associates (L); The 48 new bridges Manhattan would need if everyone drove via Matt Taylor

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