BPC museum renderings capture immigrant disorientation, tech tycoons buy up ‘Silicon Beach’ mansions … and more

TRD New York /
Sep.September 25, 2012 04:30 PM

1. Feds approve an environmental review of the plan to build a new Tappan Zee bridge across the Hudson River [Crain’s]
2. Architect’s renderings for Battery Park immigration museum aim to capture immigrant disorientation [Curbed]
3. Kids’ accessories-maker doubles office space in Garment District [Crain’s]
4. The condo 515 E. 72 Street has its own branded juice cleanse [DNAinfo]
5. Broker duo opens New York City branch of Texas realty [NYO]
6. Tech tycoons buy up ‘Silicon Beach’ mansions [LAT]
7. Marymount School buys Upper East Side site for $21 million in 110,000-square-foot expansion [WSJ]
8. Moishe’s Kosher Bake Shop gets a makeover [NYT]
9. ‘Queens High Line’ plans debated [DNAinfo]
10. Are luxury apartments coming to Bushwick? [Curbed]
11. Carlton Avenue bridge reopens, averting Barclays Center opening traffic nightmare [Brownstoner]
12. Work on new condos at Delancey and Pitt gets OK’d [Curbed]
13. Bloomberg’s Evan Soltas argues Great Depression’s housing crisis is similar to present-day recession [Bloomberg News]
14. New boutique New York Men’s Science opens with HWKN-designed interior [Arch Paper]
15. On-demand car service app Uber teams up with Trulia for discounted car service in Boston, Chicago, Washington and Los Angeles [TechCrunch]

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