In the News: Hudson Street Topper Sent Back to Drawing Board

••• “Plans to add a two-story residential addition to an existing retail and office building at 50 Hudson Street, in Tribeca, were sent back to the drawing board by the Landmarks Preservation Commission on Tuesday.” Rendering above. —Curbed

••• DesignSponge visits the Tribeca home of Alissa and Jonah Lovens.

••• “The world’s largest digital clock at 200 Water Street is also one of FiDi’s most memorable pieces of Public Art. I’m happy to report that the clock is now working after 5 years of inactivity.” —FiDi Fan Page

••• “Newcomer furniture brand Maiden Home sticks out from the well-known names we’ve grown up with, tackling a pretty difficult industry to enter. The e-commerce company offers made-to-order, customizable furniture built in the US at a price point you wouldn’t typically see. […] The appointment-based Maiden Home showroom [is at founder Nidhi Kapur’s] own apartment in Tribeca.” —Cool Hunting

••• The folks behind Anotheroom opened an outpost in Las Vegas, “in The Forum Shops at Caesars adjacent to Joe’s Seafood, Prime Steak & Snow Crab.” —Vegas Seven

••• Daytonian in Manhattan digs into the history of 150-152 Duane.


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  1. I’m glad 50 Hudson is not a done deal — even if you like the owners, the addition is not appropriate in scale or materials. I hope the owners will solicit views of a wider variety of neighbors for future hearings.