In the News: Bike-Station Location Aggravation

••• The New Yorker liked Atera.

••• “Some are upset over the visual impact of logo laden bikes at a station on Duane Street. And at Bogardus Plaza, there are worries about the safety of pedestrians.” The Duane Park one is a crime. Put it on Greenwich or Hudson. —Tribeca Trib

••• “Telltale $9 shows bidding war for 100 Hudson Street loft.” —Manhattan Loft Guy

••• “Landmarks Commission approves Howard Hughes Corp. plan for new mall building on Seaport’s Pier 17.” —Tribeca Trib

••• “The historic schooner Pioneer is cruising New York Harbor once again, after some much-needed repairs. The South Street Seaport Museum spent $57,000 overhauling the 127-year-old boat this winter, adding two new sails and installing a new transmission, ballast, foredeck hatch and more, the museum said.” —DNAinfo

••• “First responders who risked their lives on 9/11 will return to the World Trade Center site May 30 to mark the 10th anniversary of the end of recovery operations at the site.” —DNAinfo

••• “In honor of One World Trade Center becoming the tallest building in New York, EarthCam has released an exciting time-lapse movie showcasing the construction progress from 2004-2012. In just a couple minutes, you can witness years of construction.” I suggest muting it. —Arch Daily (via Curbed)



  1. I really love the Daune Street location for the bikes! It’s perfect. I hope it’s right in front of Lynn Ellsworht’s rose-colored windows.

  2. or Duane Street