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Spire for 1 World Trade Center On Its Way to NYC
Posted on: November 26th, 2012 at 6:28 am by Elie
The tug Atlantic Salvor departed Quebec two weeks ago, ultimately steering the barge with the eight-section payload to anchor in Newark, New Jersey. According to the Marine Traffic map which tracks the shipping routes, this penultimate leg of the 1,500 nautical-mile journey originated off Cape Cod. But more is on the way. The remaining ten pieces will arrive from Canada on flatbed sometime in December.
The Port Authority claims it’ll likely take three months to install the 408-foot-tall spire.
This photo illustrates the extent to which the NYPD is cracking down on cyclists as part of the Mayor’s “Vision Zero” initiative. A 5th Precinct cruiser was stationed at the mouth of the Manhattan Bridge this past Sunday to ticket as many bikers as possible coming from the span. You know, low-hanging fruit. Several cyclists fell victim […]
The mainstream news networks always seem to go apeshit over stories of chain stores and their vermin infestation problems. Periodically each year, we read news or see photos of the lone rat on a binge in these establishments. Kinda gives added meaning to the phrase “click bait.” Anyhoo, we’ll take a brief ride on the […]
For Waterbridge Capital, which shelled out $27 million for the Orchard Street Pink Building, it’s all going to plan. Boot the commercial tenants in an effort to attract more well-heeled tenants and clientele. Modern Decor and Cellini Uomo were forced from the premises over the summer, and the two spaces sat on the market for months […]
Taylor Swift may be welcoming you to NYC, but the Street Museum of Art is challenging you to rediscover the city, through one of the most prominent forms of urban self expression – street art. Their canvas is the most annoying of marketing methods: the billboard. Rare is the sight of an aesthetically pleasing advert hedging a […]
In which a corporate hotel begets a corporate commercial tenant. The Holiday Inn at 150 Delancey – brought to the neighborhood by Sam Chang and starchitect Gene Kaufman – is finally filling its ground level retail space. It had been an empty storeroom ever since the lodge debuted in March 2013. This week, however, the […]
More Vision Zero news today… The Department of Transportation began the implementation of its four-pronged plan two weeks ago in an effort to enhance safety in the intersection of Delancey and Pitt Streets. Community Board 3 had provided its approval back in July. The most significant safety improvement was installation of the concrete median island […]
This past September, blockbuster news came down the Bowery that the Germania Bank Building was in contract to real estate magnate Aby Rosen. His company – RFR Realty – had been marketing the 38,000 square-foot property since August. Even though it’s still believed that RFR hasn’t closed on the 1898 landmark just yet (and rumors that […]
Graffiti superstar Jason “DG” Wulf’s tragic and untimely death is still so fresh for so many. Show your support and love by attending the fundraiser for his tombstone later tonight. The event takes place at the Powerhouse Arena in BK from 6-9pm. DG’s family and friends are setting up to make this an annual event honoring […]
Howard Brookner’s heart and pulse was rooted in the chaotic, vibrant grid that is New York City. The filmmaker/director was a fixture on the Bowery. He called the Chelsea Hotel home. He’s regarded for his 1983 documentary on beat generation icon William S. Burrroughs, Burroughs: The Movie. The native New Yorker’s rich look at avant-garde […]
Pedestrians can breathe a sigh of relief. The Frogger-like dash across Delancey Street may soon conclude. Possibly. Crossing times at every Delancey intersection were just increased by a total of seven ticks. Those entering the crosswalk now have about thirty-eight seconds to make it across the dangerous traffic artery. Moreover, one of the city’s most […]