Park Slope’s Pavilion Theater to become Nitehawk cinema; long-lost 9/11 flag returns to museum

Posted On Wed, September 7, 2016 By

Posted On Wed, September 7, 2016 By In Daily Link Fix

  • Controversial plans to raze and condo-fy Park Slope’s iconic Pavilion Theater have been scrapped. It’ll instead become home to an outpost of Williamsburg’s popular dine-in movie theater Nitehawk. [NYT]
  • Bjarke Ingels‘ skyline-changing tetrahedron Via 57 West has wrapped up construction. [6sqft inbox]
  • The American flag immortalized in the ground zero from 9/11 was lost until 2014. Now that it’s been recovered from Washington State, it will go on view at the National September 11 Memorial & Museum. [NYT]
  • The man who invented the word Pokémon is asking $19 million for his Midtown penthouse. [WSJ]
  • First Domino Sugar development building reaches its full height. []

Images: Pavilion Theater (L); “Raising the Flag at Ground Zero” by Thomas E. Franklin of The Bergen Record, via Wikimedia (R)




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