In the News: Interior Designer’s Tribeca Loft

••• Daytonian in Manhattan on 116-118 Franklin: “Despite now being home to sprawling luxury apartments, this 150-year old cast-iron building in Tribeca suffers damage by neglect.”

••• Elle Decor featured the Tribeca apartment of interior designer Carolyn Pressly. (“In just two years, [she and] her two kids and husband have moved five times.”) It’s worth a look. Of special note are the living room sofas: “I commissioned New York City textile artist Rhiannon Platt to embroider ‘Existential sofa’ and ‘Radical knitter’ in hand-stitches across the back of each sofa, as a sort of creative expression.”

••• Reactions from local politicians about the city’s decision not to build a 40-story jail tower at 80 Centre. Also: “The existing Manhattan Detention Complex, at 125 White Street, […] may be demolished and redeveloped as a larger prison. This fallback position may yet provoke similar opposition from a community that appears determined to prevent an influx of prisoners that could raise the local detainee population to more than the inmate populations of upstate correctional facilities like Attica and Sing Sing.” —Broadsheet

••• “Fearless Girl is officially on the move. The city […] announced that work to relocate the bronze statue from Bowling Green Park on Broadway to her new home facing the New York Stock Exchange began [Tuesday] night. […] The relocation is set to be completed before the end of the year, though the exact date hasn’t been confirmed yet.” —Curbed