In the News: Fulton Street Transit Center

••• “A hiring freeze will be on the menu for City Hall restaurant if the minimum wage goes up. […] ‘We believe in a fair wage, but we need to balance that with being able to stay in business,’ said owner Henry Meer.” Meer’s stance seems to be the whole point of the article…? —New York Post

••• “New renderings offer a peek inside the future Fulton Street Transit Center. The glistening $1.4 billion station, slated to open in June 2014, will feature glass tiles and reflective walls, suffused in natural sunlight that will filter down from a 53-foot skylight.” —DNAinfo

••• “For one more Sunday, Lower Manhattan Community Church met Feb. 19 at [P.S. 89]. ‘We’re probably going to be able to be here for the foreseeable future,’ the pastor predicted.” —Tribeca Trib


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