Curbed NY has spent the past few weeks reflecting on what 2017 brought to the city, from its blockbusters sales to its best new architecture, its newest landmarks to the institutions that threw in the towel, and how the city reacted to big issues like wealth inequality, homelessness, and an ailing public transit system.
Now, with New Year’s behind us, it’s time to look toward what 2018 will bring. This coming year will serve up no shortage of milestones in the projects that are defining 21st-century New York City: From the construction of the west rail yard platform that will lay ground for the second half of Hudson Yards to the opening of 3 World Trade Center, 2018 will see a steady march of progress. It will also lay bare the circles of power that impinge on that progress. (Those fixes to the subway cannot wait.)
Here now, what New Yorkers can expect to play out across the built environment in 2018.
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