Huge Head Made of Reclaimed Materials Lands in Tribeca; 131 Years of the Dakota

Posted On Thu, August 6, 2015 By

Posted On Thu, August 6, 2015 By In Daily Link Fix

  • Artist Nicholas Holiber crafts a big head out of reclaimed materials that’ll be on display in Tribeca Park until September. [Contemporist]
  • From brothels to boutiques, maps out 400 years of one Soho street’s gentrification. [WIRED]
  • CUNY professor William Helmreich did something meshuga (our new favorite word): He walked every block in every borough. [CBS New York]
  • A look at how the Dakota has been able to stay on top of the NYC’s real estate game for more than a century. [Bloomberg]
  • See ten iconic NYC sites through a panoramic lens. [Curbed]
  • Here’s your chance to tour more than 15 of Harlem’s gorgeous community gardens. [Harlem + Bespoke]

Images: Nicholas Holiber’s “Head of Goliath” via Contemporist (L); The Dakota (R)



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