In the News: FiDi’s Next Supertall Tower

••• New renderings for the very tall, skinny tower at 125 Greenwich. (It’s the second-tallest building in the above rendering.) —New York YIMBY

••• Yikes. “A construction worker was burned Friday morning after a chainsaw burst into flames, setting him on fire [….] The man was working on a water main pipe replacement project on Broadway and Fulton Street.” —DNAinfo

••• Q&A with Arveena Ahluwalia, who lives in Tribeca and who “walked away from her career in the corporate banking world to launch a men’s shoes company,” Paul Drish. —amNewYork

••• “The Battery Park City Authority allocated $632,000 to support the Downtown Connection, the free shuttle bus that ferries riders between Battery Park City and the South Street Seaport.” But they wondered if they should pressure Brookfield and Goldman Sachs to share the cost. “Board member Lester Petracca suggested adding whatever amount the Authority deemed reasonable to the ‘common area maintenance’ charge that the BPCA bills to its commercial tenants. […] ‘I don’t know if I’d make any phone calls,’ Mr. Petracca continued. ‘I think I would just put it in.'” —Broadsheet

••• “A man was run over by a Brooklyn-bound J train in the Chambers Street subway station Monday afternoon [….] He was treated at Bellevue Hospital for injuries that weren’t considered life-threatening.” —DNAinfo

••• Recapping the apartment search of Matthew DeSimone and Matthew Murawski, friends who wanted to live together in FiDi. They converted a one-bedroom at 100 John into a two-bedroom, using pressurized walls: “The wall system, customized to their space, has a gap of around 18 inches at the ceiling and two doorways but no doors. Each of the resulting bedrooms ‘is like a big cubicle,’ Mr. DeSimone said. They have cubicles at work, so ‘it is something we are not unused to.'” —New York Times