6SQFT’s “Daily Link Fix” Features 70 WEST

As Featured on 6SQFT

– An outdoor sculpture garden made of trash is coming to the City Reliquary. [Untapped Cities]

– The city is looking to cover a 100,000-square-foot rooftop at the Brooklyn Army Terminal with solar panels. Residents and business owners would pay for the solar power through a monthly membership fee. [amNY]

– A five-story + rooftop terrace Chik-fil-A–the largest ever–has opened in the Financial District. [Eater]

– A new train service between NYC and the Berkshires could launch as soon as 2019. [TONY]

– The Upper West Side is getting a barber museum. [West Side Rag]

– 20 cheap “Passeaster” things to do this weekend. [Brokelyn]

– Go inside 70 West, Harlem’s thoughtfully-designed mixed-income condo. [CityRealty]