Documenting the Changing Coney Island Boardwalk; Potholes Cost Taxpayers $138M in Six Years

Posted On Fri, July 31, 2015 By

Posted On Fri, July 31, 2015 By In Daily Link Fix

  • Photo essay by Nathan Kensinger documents the changing Coney Island boardwalk. [Curbed]
  • The city’s 10 oldest surviving commercial real estate dynasties. [BisNow]
  • Thomas Heatherwick’s designs may be unique and evocative (just look at the renderings for his Pier 55 floating park), but at what price? [NYTimes]
  • A new infographic from the Design Trust links urban agriculture to positive impacts in neighborhoods. [BuzzBuzzHome News]
  • Potholes aren’t just terrible for cars; they’re terrible for the city’s budget. [WSJ]
  • Designers weigh in on what they think NYC’s climate change museum should look like, that is if it comes to fruition. [Next City]

Images: Coney Island boardwalk by Nathan Kensinger for Curbed (L); Second Avenue pothole (R)

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