The New York Times | 7/22/2015

A Hudson Yards Garden Will Grow With Concrete, Coolant and High-Power Fans

Though the 4.5-acre Public Square will look like a garden when it is finished in late 2018 (according to the current timetable), it will actually be the roof of a working rail yard. The trees and plants will sit in beds that are 18 inches to four feet deep, isolated from the heat below. The Public Square might be likened, in small scale, to Riverside Park and Park Avenue, both of which span active railroad lines.

The New York Times | 8/24/2015

The Sidewalk Shed, Ubiquitous New York Eyesore, Gets a Makeover

The shed is made of a taut swoop of diaphanous white and silver.

Wallpaper | 8/18/2015

Curved Walls

Zaha Hadid Turns Her High Line Condo Hoarding into Public Art

The Boston Globe | 8/16/2015

Boston Office Buildings Commanding Lofty Prices

Related Beal is selling its new Converse headquarters building on Lovejoy Wharf near North Station.

Urban Land | 8/14/2015

From Troubled to Trophy

Related Midwest's turnaround of Chicago’s OneEleven.

New York Post | 8/14/2015

New Deck to Top View from Empire State Building

Hudson Yards will have the tallest outdoor observation deck in New York.

Wall Street Journal | 8/14/2015

While Most Brokers Unwind, This One Does Condo Deals

As others head for the Hamptons, Vickey Barron stays put.

Mansion Global | 8/12/2015

Colorado Condo Offers a Rocky Mountain High

Residents can indulge in ‘forest therapy’.

The New York Times | 8/7/2015

The Doorman’s Dilemma

What to do with all those packages?

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