- Check out these Brutalist buildings made of Lego bricks. [Ignant]
- Landmarks approved the plan to dismantle, relocate, and reconstruct the South Street Seaport’s historic Tin Building, which will be home to a massive food hall from Jean-Georges Vongerichten. [Curbed]
- In addition to the food hall, Momofuku chef David Chang will open a restaurant on Pier 17. [NYP]
- New York’s first female crime boss started her own crime school. [Atlas Obscura]
- Other than Uber, on-demand apps are struggling. Here’s why. [NYT]
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