Hudson Yards’ Spanish food hall to open spring 2019; Colorful street art arrives at the WTC site

June 19, 2018

10 Hudson Yards rendering courtesy of Related Companies and Oxford Properties Group (L); Photo courtesy of Silverstein Properties (R)

  • The City Council is introducing legislation that will open information centers and create a position for someone to hear gripes about the L train shutdown. [NYDN]
  • José Andrés’ Spanish food hall for 10 Hudson Yards will be called Mercado Little Spain and open next spring. [Grub Street]
  • Which New York City borough would win an all-out Civil War? [Vice]
  • Selling MetroCard swipes is illegal, but for some New Yorkers, it’s a way of life. [NYT]
  • The MTA has hired its first-ever Accessibility Chief to bring elevators and other accessible features to subway and bus customers. [MTA]
  • Silverstein Properties and the Port Authority invited a group of street artists to paint colorful murals on the construction fences surrounding the recently opened 3 World Trade Center. [TONY]


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