In the News: Remembering 9/11

••• The New York Times on the day’s events remembering 9/11.

••• “After nearly a year of discord and delay, Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo reached an agreement on Monday to resume construction of the Sept. 11 museum at ground zero in Manhattan.” —New York Times

••• Speaking of 9/11: “The memorial and museum will together cost $60 million a year to operate.” —Associated Press via Curbed

••• Curbed got a tour of 4 World Trade Center. Photo by Will Femia.

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••• Manny Norona, the longtime pharmacist at Battery Park Pharmacy, wrote to the Broadsheet about why he left and what he’s up to now.

••• NYC Corners spotlights the southeast corner of Church and Franklin. But what will it be…?

••• The penthouse at 60 Warren got pricechopped by $3.5 million. —Curbed

••• “Pastry chef Shawn Gawle has left Corton. The Food + Wine Best New Pastry Chef has joined Saison in San Francisco, being replaced by Blake Abene, former sous pastry chef and alum of Jean Georges and Sullivan Street Bakery.” —Eater


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