- Feltman’s, the original creator of the Coney Island hot dog (it wasn’t Nathan’s like many believe) is opening a shop in the East Village. [Gothamist]
- Beijing- and Vienna-based design studio Penda has envisioned a 200,000-resident city made of interlocking, modular bamboo structures. [Dezeen]
- A new exhibit shows the 92 hand-drawn and colored panels that were part of the Commissioner’s Plan of 1811, the first time the grid was introduced to Manhattan. [NYP]
- On October 27th, the 111th Anniversary of the opening of the New York City subway, Cooper Union will hold a symposium about the evolution of the subway over the past 50 years. [Untapped]
- The city’s on pace to have a record number of rat complaints this year. [NYT]
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