Conceived by 10 Arquitectos, it's set to open in coming months. The winding design bathes each of the 865 units in the 120,000sqm structure in light. Gorgeous views of the Hudson River, rooftop gardens and a Mercedes dealership are among some of the perks of living in the building. But if you want to hang your hat in this midtown Manhattan spot, it will cost you a serious chunk of change — a one-bedroom unit starts at around $US3000 per month. [MyModernMet via Techeblog]
The Staircase A Giant Could Climb -- And You Can Live In
Trending Stories Right Now
Models Can't Keep Up With Migrating Magnetic North Pole, And The US Government Shutdown Just Made It Worse
Rapid and erratic movements of Earth’s north magnetic pole have prompted an early update to a model that assists with navigation. The scheduled fix was supposed to happen on January 15, but the US government shutdown has forced an unwelcome delay.
In a new case study, Irish doctors report the baffling case of a 33-year-old man who injected his own semen intravenously for a year and a half, a self-developed “cure” intended to treat his chronic back pain. It does not appear to have worked.