Nicole Jewell

 

Currently living in Madrid, Nicole works as a design writer and Spanish translator. When possible, she enjoys traveling around the Iberian Peninsula exploring Spain's rich blend of historic and modern architecture. Her articles and photos have been published in various trade publications and websites. You can reach her at Nicole Jewell.com.

This is the first MTA subway station ever to be awarded LEED Certification

This is the first MTA subway station ever to be awarded LEED Certification

Related: "The Fulton Center's LEED certification demonstrates tremendous green building leadership," says Rick Fedrizzi, CEO and founding chair, USGBC. "The urgency of USGBC's…

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Etsy's new Brooklyn headquarters is a green oasis filled with vertical gardens and sustainable features

Etsy's new Brooklyn headquarters is a green oasis filled with vertical gardens and sustainable features

Related: Via Huffington Post Etsy’s new headquarters in Brooklyn, Living Building Challenge, Forest Stewardship Council wood, well-managed forests, green building, sustainable…

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Anthony Bourdain's Pier 57 food market gets postponed until 2019

Anthony Bourdain's Pier 57 food market gets postponed until 2019

Related: Anthony Bourdain reveals plans for NYC’s largest food market at Pier 57 + Bordain Market Via Curbed NY Images via Anthony Bordain and Bordain Market Facebook…

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NYC breaks ground on new resilient Rockaway housing development

NYC breaks ground on new resilient Rockaway housing development

“Many of us still remember the weeks of cold and darkness after Sandy – including thousands of NYCHA residents. People across all five boroughs are still feeling the impact today.…

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New renderings released for South Street Seaport's Fulton Market renovation

New renderings released for South Street Seaport's Fulton Market renovation

Related: Via 6sqft + Shop Architects South Street Seaports, shop architects,

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Anti-Airbnb bill passes in New York State Senate

Anti-Airbnb bill passes in New York State Senate

In a major blow to the popular home sharing site, Airbnb, New York senate has passed a bill prohibitting rentals of an entire property for less than 30 days. Related: Join…

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NYC unveils new renderings for highly-anticipated Citywide Ferry System vessels

NYC unveils new renderings for highly-anticipated Citywide Ferry System vessels

Related:Citywide ferry service coming to NYC in summer of 2017 + Citywide Ferry Service Citywide Ferry Service, Ferry service design, Ferry service nyc, astoria ferry, nyc…

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You might soon be able to live inside of the iconic Waldorf Astoria hotel

You might soon be able to live inside of the iconic Waldorf Astoria hotel

Related: Via Curbed NY Waldorf Astoria, Waldorf Astoria renovation, Waldorf Astoria condos, hotel-condo conversions, nyc condos, nyc hotels, nyc historic hotels, urban design,…

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Statue of Liberty at high risk due to climate change, says new report

Statue of Liberty at high risk due to climate change, says new report

According to a new study, the iconic Statue of Liberty may be at risk due to climate change. The study, "World Heritage and Tourism in a Changing Climate," named the iconic NYC landmark…

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Rooftop park and LEED Gold-seeking tower coming to vacant building in Long Island City

Rooftop park and LEED Gold-seeking tower coming to vacant building in Long Island City

“We are investing in this community because Queens is our home and we believe strongly in the neighborhood,” said Peter Kosteas, commercial property manager of Alma Realty. “In…

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LEED Gold-seeking 10 Hudson Yards marks mega-development's first completed building

LEED Gold-seeking 10 Hudson Yards marks mega-development's first completed building

Related: Hudson Yards to Get a Massive 51-Story LEED Gold Commercial Complex + Kohn Pedersen Fox + 10 Hudson Yards Via Curbed NY Images via Steve Freihon and 10 Hudson…

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NYC giving away free reusable bags in support of new plastic bag surcharge

NYC giving away free reusable bags in support of new plastic bag surcharge

Related: NYC adopts controversial 5-cent plastic bag fee to support city’s zero waste goal Via NY Daily News free reusable bags, Montefiore Square Park, reuseable bag…

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Resolution 4's gorgeous Swingline home brings sophisticated prefab to the Hamptons

Resolution 4's gorgeous Swingline home brings sophisticated prefab to the Hamptons

Located Wainscott, NY, the luxury vacation home is set in a wooded three-acre site, offering an idyllic retreat away from the hustle and bustle of NYC. The home's six bedrooms, seven…

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The MTA is secretly testing Wi-Fi service in subway cars

The MTA is secretly testing Wi-Fi service in subway cars

According to an exclusive by NY1, the MTA has started testing Wi-Fi service in the subway. In a move that should have New Yorkers jumping for joy, the MTA has installed Wi-Fi on four…

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Innovative Solar Canopy offers smart solution for New Yorkers looking to install solar power panels

Innovative Solar Canopy offers smart solution for New Yorkers looking to install solar power panels

Related: LowLine Unveils Solar Light Canopy That Allows Sunlight to Fill an Underground Park Via Wired + Brooklyn SolarWorks Brooklyn SolarWorks, solar canopy, brooklyn…

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Clever spiral staircase hides a surprise in this minimalist West Village duplex renovation

Clever spiral staircase hides a surprise in this minimalist West Village duplex renovation

Related: + Clever staircase doubles as a bookcase in a small London home + SU11 Architecture Design Via NY Curbed West village duplex, staircase bookshelf, spiral…

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Could fermentation be the solution to NYC's food waste woes?

Could fermentation be the solution to NYC's food waste woes?

“This type of composting is popular in permaculture and with homesteaders, but it’s very low-tech. We’ve made it high-tech, borrowing principles and technologies from brewing and…

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Staten Island's active art scene to benefit from new community initiative

Staten Island's active art scene to benefit from new community initiative

Related: + Future Culture: Connecting Staten Island’s Waterfront Future Culture: Connecting Staten Island’s Waterfront, design trust, staten island

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