In the News: City to Roll Back Crane Precautions

••• “The New York Academy of Art teamed up with the New York City Office of Chief Medical Examiner to create 15 facial reconstructions of murder victims whose deaths have never been solved.” —New York Post

••• “City to reverse controversial crane ban: An emergency order following a fatal accident [on Worth Street] will be walked back after it repeatedly stalled jobs across the five boroughs.” —Crain’s UPDATE: CB1 posted the full announcement from the city.

••• Avenue columnist John Freeman Gill writes about when 359 Broadway was “where the famed Civil War and portrait photographer Mathew Brady kept a studio from 1853 to 1859.”

••• One of “The Five Most Important New Dealers on the Forefront of Design” is Patrick Parrish. —T Magazine

••• Adweek visits the office of Tribeca Film Festival co-founder Jane Rosenthal.