In the News: Leaning Tower of Tribeca

••• “Carlos Zapata, who designed Chicago’s Soldier field, failed to get the approval of Community Board 1 for a 7,654-square-foot addition on the top floor of a historic 150-year-old building [105-107 Reade].” —Tribeca Trib

••• “Shuttered for more than four years, the stunning 1872 cast iron landmark building at 287 Broadway must reopen. Judge’s orders. Still, it could be almost another year before its dusty lofts and storefronts see life again.” That’s the one that used to lean. —Tribeca Trib

••• “Researchers want to know how Downtown residents are faring, mentally and physically, 10 years after the Sept. 11 attacks. Beginning this month they will be knocking on doors to try to find out. The person-to-person outreach is part of an effort to boost resident participation in the World Trade Center Health Registry’s current survey, the third so far.” —Tribeca Trib

••• “More than 500 people associated with the Occupy Wall Street movement gathered in Zuccotti Park on Saturday and, in a return to scenes from earlier in the year, the evening began with the sound of drumming and calls of the now familiar slogan, ‘We are the 99 percent’—and it ended with torn-down barricades and a scuffle with police officers.” —New York Times


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