Inside the prismatic Spring Street salt shed; NYPL acquires Lou Reed’s archive

Posted On Thu, March 2, 2017 By

Posted On Thu, March 2, 2017 By In Daily Link Fix

  • De Blasio’s 90 new homeless shelters will be located in the areas where New Yorkers last lived before applying for shelter. This interactive map shows where they’ll be. [Crain’s]
  • Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich was outed as last summer’s renter of the East Hampton estate where Jackie O spent her childhood summers. [NYP]
  • The New York Public Library has acquired Lou Reed’s complete archive, including 300 linear feet of paper records and 600+ hours of live recording. [Gothamist]
  • Go inside the Department of Sanitation’s new Spring Street garage and $20 million prismatic, concrete salt shed. [Untapped]
  • New Jersey might implement the same Airbnb laws as New York, banning short-term rentals under 30 days. [NYO]
  • A 3D-printed house went up in Russia in just 24 hours. [designboom]

Images: Rendering of the salt shed via Dattner Architects (L); Lou Reed photographed by Julian Schnabel (R)




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