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

  • The Grassroots Tavern [Jeremiah’s Vanishing New York]: The Grassroots Tavern had been on St. Mark’s Place for 42 years. It closed on New Year’s Eve. The rent was too high. The space will be taken over by someone who runs a chain of bars that have been compared to “Euro Disney’s vision of the classic Irish watering hole.”
  • The Best Architecture Drawings of 2017 [Arch Daily]: For the past two years, we have found ourselves wanting to highlight what is the foundation of architectural practice: the architectural drawing. We realized that even after almost a decade of publishing the best projects from around the world, we should take on the task of singling out the exceptional cases of representation, taking into account all varieties and species of drawings.

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