Coming to a lot at 57th Street and the Hudson River, a pyramid that slopes up to 38 stories will has been approved. The building will contain condos, along with street level shopping and dining. In addition to a giant, near football field sized courtyard, every apartment will have its own terrace.
In other news, old tires are an increasingly popular recycled material, and new modular net zero prefab homes pay homage to Eichler. See the headlines after the jump.
• BIG Pyramid Finally Approved for NYC Waterfront! | Architizer
• Tires Are Being Turned Into The Newest Renewable Resource--All It Takes Is Some Freezing And Fine Chopping | Co.Exist
• An Eichler-Inspired Modular Home in California | Dwell
(Image: BIG via Architizer)