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Streeteries

  1. close calls
    A Speeding Driver Obliterated an Empty Streetery in a Dramatic Midtown CrashEight people are hospitalized, including two kids.
  2. street fights
    On an LES Block, One’s Got to Go: Streeteries, Construction, or CarsGuess which one the DOT picked.
  3. streeteries
    A Look Inside the New Uber Eats–Funded Streeteries in HarlemLocal designers and artists teamed up to create custom structures for six Black-owned businesses.
  4. streeteries
    This NYC Streetery is Going to Clobber BicyclistsIts many doors open directly into a bike lane.
  5. streeteries
    A Full Taxonomy of New York’s Winter StreeteriesBundle up and dig in.
  6. streeteries
    Industry City Has the Biggest Streetery YetHow will they keep it warm?
  7. streets
    Anatomy of a Streetery: Guevara’sIt’s Cuban-inspired and stands solidly on the corner of Clifton and Grand.
  8. streeteries
    Oh, Great: The Wind Flipped a Streetery Into the Middle of First AvenueThis doesn’t bode well for the winter, does it?
  9. streeteries
    What Happens If Outdoor Dining Pauses in New York?People need spaces to gather. Do we want to see what happens when those go away?
  10. streets
    Anatomy of a Streetery: RangoonIt’s kinetic and inspired by Burmese design.
  11. streeteries
    What Happens When Snowplows Meet StreeteriesRestaurateurs brace for the bleak winter ahead.
  12. the cityscape
    Meet NYC’s First Professional Streetery BuildersOutdoor dining isn’t going anywhere, so construction firms are getting in on the action.
  13. streeteries
    Is It Really an Open-Air Restaurant If It Has Walls and a Roof?And other questions about winterized streeteries, answered.
  14. the great outdoors
    Are Any Small Shop-Owners Excited About the New ‘Streetail’ Program?Some are more skeptical than others.
  15. streeteries
    Inside the Bubbles: Everything You Need to Know About Those Plastic Dining TentsDo they count as outdoor dining?
  16. looking
    The Surprisingly Innovative Design of New York’s StreeteriesGive people room to create, and things start to get interesting.