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Friday Links: Ballroom Inspired By Derelict Detroit Buildings Coming to Brooklyn

LOL. Someone at Vanity Fair, intending to reach John Waters via his mailing address at Atomic Books, addressed an envelope to “Jhon Walters; Antomic Books”. [Facebook] The last few building booms have contributed some pretty heinous new additions to New York's cityscape, but this might just be the worse. I'm not sure we can even call this ill-proportioned stack of claustrophobia-inducing hotel rooms clad in signifiers of "Brooklyn-ness" (Brick! Street Art!) and mismatched decor trends architecture.
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