NYCHA will cut carbon emissions by 30 percent; this bracelet delivers caffeine through the skin

Posted On Thu, February 2, 2017 By

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

  • With more than 175 million square feet of real estate, NYCHA joins the the NYC Carbon Challenge to reduce greenhouse emissions by at least 30 percent over 10 years. [DNAinfo]
  • The Aluminaire House, an early modernist icon, will be moved from storage in Long Island to Palm Springs for Modernism Week. [The Architect’s Newspaper]
  • Get an inside look at the floating freight rail line that crosses the Hudson. [Untapped]
  • Perk is a bracelet that delivers caffeine through your skin using replaceable adhesive patches that claim to have as much impact as a cup of coffee. [Business Insider]
  • HAP Investments reveals plans for a fourth East Harlem rental. Among the others is Karim Rashid’s HAP Five. [CityRealty]
  • Sports Illustrated model Kate Bock did drop $1.3 million on a Greenwich Village duplex, but it was actually the penthouse. [Douglas Elliman]

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