Weekly Highlights: Top Picks from the 6sqft Staff

Posted On Sat, September 6, 2014 By

Posted On Sat, September 6, 2014 By In Weekly Highlights

  • We talk to Sue Chin, the Wildlife Conservation Society’s Chief Architect, about designing for a very different clientele–tiger, sharks, gorillas, and more.
  • We’ve got the dirt on Frank Gehry’s Ground Zero Performing Arts Center rejection.
  • Coffee Culture: Are neighborhood cafes the first sign of gentrification?
  • Travel back in time to Radio Row, the city’s original Makerspace, now lost to the World Trade Center.
  • SONO can help block out city noise and keep your apartment nice and quiet (sign us up!)
  • You can live on the most beautiful street in the East Village…for $7.5 million, that is.




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