Here is the link.
The POPS at 325 Fifth Avenue has been closed in violation of applicable legal requirements for many years. Following a 311 complaint filed by APOPS|MAS, the New York City Department of Buildings inspected the space on December 4, 2020, found it closed, and issued a Environmental Control Board violation. Follow the progress going forward at the DOB Building Information Search website.
Here are the winners.
See announcement here.
See article and link to draft Charter here.
See article here.
Jerold Kayden addresses in an interview with New York Times architecture critic Michael Kimmelman 120 Park Avenue and its long-standing failure to address substantively the absence of Whitney museum art. It was a great space at one time and could be again.
Here is the link. Among other things, POPS owners will be permitted to host outdoor seating for restaurants and cafes as well as areas for retail sales and queuing that would not otherwise be allowed.
Go to www.popslogo.nyc for more information.