Two Nomad buildings become landmarks; How much does it cost to get married in Brooklyn?

Posted On Wed, March 7, 2018 By

Posted On Wed, March 7, 2018 By In Daily Link Fix

The Hotel Seville (L) and Emmet Building (R), via the LPC

  • The LPC has designated two historic Nomad buildings as individual landmarks, the Beaux-Arts Hotel Seville (today the Nomad Hotel) and the Emmet Building, a 1912 Neo-Renaissance commercial skyscraper. [NYC LPC]
  • Chelsea’s Joyce Theater is trying out a new pay-what-you-wish initiative. [WSJ]
  • Donald Trump fell 222 places on Forbes’ annual world billionaires list. [The Cut]
  • A guide to Industry City’s food hall. [Eater]
  • Want to get married in Brooklyn? There’s options whether you want “wedding-affordable” or “real-life affordable.” [Brooklyn Based]
  • Spend 4/20 at a paranormal seance in Dumbo. [Brokelyn]
  • Be among the first to move into Essex Crossing; leasing launches at The Rollins. [CityRealty]



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