The Perils of Sidewalk Gridlock; $10M Lawsuit Over Sean Lennon’s Tree Ongoing

Posted On Fri, July 1, 2016 By

Posted On Fri, July 1, 2016 By In Daily Link Fix

  • New York’s sidewalks are so packed, pedestrians are taking to the streets. [NYT]
  • Obama chooses NYC-based architects Tod Williams and Billie Tsien to design his presidential library. [ArchDaily]
  • Marisa Tomei’s parents and John Lennon’s son are still fighting over a tree. [NYP]
  • SKY, Manhattan’s largest rental building opens, offering one month free rent and spectacular amenities. [CityRealty]
  • Old-school amenities like laundry rooms and microwaves are becoming a thing of the past. [NYT]
  • The strangest, and loveliest, views in New York. [NY Mag]
  • JEng

    It’s really hard to believe that Chinatown is still suffering from the effects of 9/11 with pictures like this one.

  • JEng

    Is there any chance that Sean Lennon is interested in the Tomeis’ building for himself and that is why he is letting that tree destroy their foundation?

    They do this in china and japan – construction crews working on their own building will damage the adjacent building to induce a sale.

    I think the Tomeis should contact his mother and ask her to help. This is such a clear wrong on his part and he may be under some other kind of situation to ignore their pleas and claim to be out of town.

    She bought this building for him, correct?



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