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

  • 6 crucial ways New York City’s landscape will change in 2018 [Curbed NY]: Now, with New Year’s behind us, it’s time to look toward what 2018 will bring. This coming year will serve up no shortage of milestones in the projects that are defining 21st-century New York City: From the construction of the west rail yard platform that will lay ground for the second half of Hudson Yards to the opening of 3 World Trade Center, 2018 will see a steady march of progress.
  • Met Changes 50-Year Admissions Policy: Non-New Yorkers Must Pay [The New York Times]: For the first time in half a century, visitors to the world’s largest cultural institution, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, will have to pay a mandatory admission fee of $25 if they do not live in New York State under a new policy that begins March 1, the museum announced on Thursday.
  • 4 Parks Perfect For Sledding After the “Bomb Cyclone” Passes [Bklyner]: Though it’s tempting to bundle up and head outside for some fun in the snow, it’s best to wait it out. Once the storm passes, put on your snow gear and head to one of the parks listed below for some sledding fun. Check @NYCParks first to confirm that all is clear.

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