Here’s what the Untapped Staff is reading in the HQ today:
The Future of New York City Transit in Every Borough [Curbed NY]: From the moment that the first streetcars started rumbling along New York City’s streets in the 19th century, people have sought ways to make it easier, more efficient, and safer to get around the five boroughs.
Dime Savings Bank’s Historic Facade Remains as Additions Demo’d to Prep for First Supertall [Brownstoner]: In Downtown Brooklyn, workers are preparing to fuse Brooklyn’s first supertall skyscraper to the one of the borough’s most iconic structures.
- Tri-State Trail proposal would connect New York, New Jersey and Connecticut with 1,650 miles of trails [6sqft]: The Regional Plan Association (RPA) has released a new proposal that calls for a Tri-State Trail network, linking 1,650 miles of biking, hiking, and walking trails in the greater New York region.
- Food Market Returns To Garment District For Autumn Encampment [Gothamist]: Urbanspace Garment District, sibling market to the Mad. Sq. Eats market that reopened on September 2nd, returns to Broadway between 40th and 41st Streets Monday, running through October 27th.
Today’s popular Untapped Cities articles:
- 9 Abandoned Buildings in Upstate NY’s Lake George Region