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

Posted On Tue, June 19, 2018 By

Posted On Tue, June 19, 2018 By In Daily Link Fix

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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