Homeless shelter opening on Billionaires’ Row; See ‘Peanuts’ street art in the West Village

Posted On Fri, April 20, 2018 By

Posted On Fri, April 20, 2018 By In Daily Link Fix, Uncategorized

Billionaires Row via 6sqft (L): Mural by Tomokazu Matsuyama, courtesy of the Peanuts Global Artist Collective (R)

  • The city approved a plan to bring a 140-bed homeless shelter to Billionaires’ Row, right next to One57. [NYP]
  • Some of the 250,000 limited-edition David Bowie MetroCards released this week are selling for $200 on eBay. [amNY]
  • Jackie Robinson’s old Bed-Stuy block was renamed in his honor. [Bklkyner]
  • Neighbors of Green-Wood Cemetery are fighting against the relocation there of the statue of J. Marion Sims, the 19th-century doctor who experimented on slaves. [amNY]
  • “Peanuts” murals done by some of contemporary art’s greatest names are on view in the West Village. [TONY]
  • Check out the latest High Line-hugging condo, 550 West 29th Street, where “turn-of-the-century utilitarian and industrial architecture” meet. [CityRealty]



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