"After years of noisy protests, the New York City Department of Sanitation's new garage-and-salt-shed complex has opened in Hudson Square, on the northern edge of TriBeCa. The project took nearly a decade and cost a king's ransom. @heislerphoto captured the salt shed, foreground, and garage, rear. "I can't think of a better public sculpture to land in New York than the shed," writes @nytimes architecture critic Michael Kimmelman. Among the lessons that come out of the project: Why it makes sense, economically and in terms of public health and social justice, for disparate communities to share burdens like parking for sanitation trucks. Visit the link in our profile to read more." By nytimes on Instagram.
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