Here’s what the Untapped staff is reading in the HQ today:

  • Beekeeping finds a home throughout NYC’s five boroughs [6sqft]: On June 1, the United Nations joined a growing local trend—they installed three apiary yards, better known as beehives, on their grounds in midtown Manhattan. The UN is hopeful that by summer’s end, their 150 bees will turn into a thriving colony of 250,000 bees.
  • Old West Village gas station could sprout this Morris Adjmi-designed building [Curbed NY]: A long underused corner of the West Village will sprout a building designed by Morris Adjmi with the Landmarks Preservation Commission’s approval. A proposal for a seven-story building by the vaunted architectural firm will come in front of the commission on July 25, and presentation materials now available on the LPC’s website allow curious onlookers a chance to scope out the design before it’s either roasted or passed by the commission.

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