Broker-blogger Andrew Fine makes the trek out to Long Island City's Murano, formerly known as the Prism. The glassing continues at the building, and the photos also reveal the gap in the middle of the building that is the future resting place of the 24-hour light clock with one color for every hour. (We call Light Wars with the neighbors starting...now.) Still no evidence of the "spectacular" water design elements advertised on the building's site.
And thus concludes the LIC Power Hour. Please place your audio guides in the box by the door, and drive safely.
· LIC's "Murano" a Glass Act [A Fine]
· Murano [muranolic.com]
· Coming Soon: Murano Ready to Show LIC the Light [Curbed]
· Long Island City's New Prison (Oops, Make that "Prism") [Curbed]