Postal nostalgia. During the Great Depression, the WPA built a post office with a tile roof, marble steps, and an intricate mural in Venice, CA. The LA Times noted that the historic post office may now close down due to USPS budget cuts, much to the chagrin of Venice residents.
A place for bikes. The number of indoor bicycle storage rooms at offices is slowly increasing throughout New York City. Though expensive to maintain and space consuming, the NY Times asserted the presence of a bike room benefits the real estate industry (by increasing interest) as well as residents.
Biking Memphis. StreetsBlog reports Memphis Mayor AC Wharton has proposed 55 miles of bike lanes to be inserted into existing streets. Local businesses are subsequently concerned about slower traffic.
Parking in LA. The LA Times reported LA Mayor Villaraigosa has announced he wants to build 50 “pocket parks” in the next two years. First on the agenda, is the construction of several parks ranging from 5,000 to 20,000 square feet in Southern Los Angeles that begins next month.
Hadid no diva. Zaha Hadid sat down with Newsweek and Daily Beast editor Tina Brown to discuss her life, her career, and her reputation.
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