Duly Noted

(Credit: Urbanite)

A sign we love: Smith Union Market in Carroll Gardens. (Photo by Rolando Pujol)

* An all-American road trip (on scooters, no less) along the great Lincoln Highway ends today in Times Square. [City Room]

* Long Island City's Pepsi Cola signing is moving -- relax, just a few hundred yards -- next Monday. [A Fine Blog]

* The Harlem Park curse continues: Now the building is getting smaller. No shovels in dirt yet, by the way. [Curbed]

* Bukharian immigrants, quite proud of their McMansions in Queens, want Councilwoman Melinda Katz to let the teardowns continue apace. [Queens Crap]

* There's not stopping the senseless demolition of Con Ed's Kent Avenue Powerhouse. [Brownstoner]

* LPC to consider creating a protected Prospects Heights district. [Brownstoner]

* Whoops. The city may want to remove the year 1625 from the official seal. [New York Times]

* "Mad Men" (and Grand Central Terminal's architecture) invade the interiors of shuttle trains. [Gawker]

* Under cover of scaffolding, a corner building at 12th Street and Avenue A is torn down. [Jeremiah's Vanishing New York]

* Renzo Piano is cool with anti-Spiderman design modifications to his easily scalable New York Times tower. [Unbeige]

-- Rolando Pujol

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