ODA reveals two new boxy New York City towers, each featuring an urban forest

ODA's 303 E. 44th St. (Courtesy ODA)

ODA’s 303 E. 44th St. (Courtesy ODA)

ODA recently unveiled two major New York City projects, both of which are tall and expectedly boxy. The first is a 600-foot-tall, super-skinny tower near the United Nations. The Daily News reported that the building has “six 16-foot-high gaps in the facade—each filled with a full-floor, canopied green space that will wrap around the core of the tower.”

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Pixellating New York

East, East Coast
Thursday, April 8, 2010

A reader sent us this pretty awesome video of old arcade games taking over the city. Still can’t decide whether our favorite part is the Art Deco Tetris or Block Breaker Bridge. Even if that bomb would render us all in 8-bits, it should be a fun existence while it lasts. 1-UP!

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