Elevator Shaft Museum’s 20-Square-Foot Outpost; Ride the Second Avenue Subway Simulator

Posted On Fri, May 29, 2015 By

Posted On Fri, May 29, 2015 By In Daily Link Fix

  • Mmuseumm, the quirky museum hidden in a Chinatown elevator shaft, is opening a second location this weekend in Tribeca, and it’s in a 20-square-foot storefront window. [NYT]
  • Here’s 15 historic, opulent private clubs that still exist in NYC. [Refinery 29]
  • The MTA has released the Second Avenue Subway Simulator to give New Yorkers a taste of riding the new line. [NY1]
  • This 3D-printed sofa only weighs 5.5 pounds. [Contemporist]
  • A Brooklyn couple made their 690-square-foot Williamsburg loft feel enormous. [Apartment Therapy]
  • The first ice cream ad ever ran in May 1774 in the New-York Gazette. [Mental Floss]

Images: Mmuseumm in Chinatown (L); Second Avenue Subway construction (R)

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