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Week in Review: Waterfall Turned On, Scarano Charged, Union Square Plans Revealed, More

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As Saturday gets underway, check out a selection of some of the top stories on Curbed this week.

1) FiDi: The first photo of one of Olafur Eliasson's waterfalls turned on for testing in the middle of the night, safe from prying cameras (not) surfaced.

2) Greenpoint: The Department of buildings charged Brooklyn's lightning rod architect Robert Scarano with making false or misleading statements on applications, which could lead to the loss of the ability to file paperwork with DOB.

3) Red Hook: The big new Ikea is finished and the waterfront looks nothing like it used to, unless the old Shipyard had cafe tables back there.

4) Union Square: The renderings of the new Union Square have finally been revealed.

5) East Harlem: What does it mean when a condo on 124th Street goes rental? Does a nondo have meaning for the greater market?

6) East Village: Second Avenue would certainly look different with a waterfall.

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W 14th Street, New York, NY 10003