Midcentury Danish design at the UN; first building at Essex Crossing tops out

Posted On Thu, September 1, 2016 By

Posted On Thu, September 1, 2016 By In Daily Link Fix

  • This United Nations office got a midcentury Danish renovation. [Curbed]
  • Commercial needs and recreational desires are struggling to coexist in New York’s waterways. [NYT]
  • The last two World Trade Center PATH train cars from 9/11 will open to the public for first time. [Untapped]
  • Essex Crossing— the Lower East Side’s 1.65 million square foot mixed-use development–reaches a milestone with 175 Delancey Street topping out. [CityRealty.com]

Images: The office of the President of the UN General Assembly by UN Studio (L); 175 Delancey via Dattner Architects (R)

 

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