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CurbedWire: NYC Architecture in the Dumps, Soho Bachelors

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GREENWICH VILLAGE?So the American Institute of Architects' New York chapter has a new exhibit down in the West 4th Street subway station called New York Now that aims to spotlight all the lovely architecture being designed right now, and, well, here's a tipster's review: "You guys covering the AIA New York Now West 4th street subway exhibit? A lot of nice NYC projects on display. It's a fucking shame the subway is such a disgusting dump!" Well, it is called New York Now, and what's more now than that? [CurbedWire Inbox]

SOHO?Our friend and yours, Soho Mews, is the currently the site of Esquire magazine's annual ultimate bachelor pad show house (because Harlem is so 2007). A penthouse in the Gwathmey Siegel-designed West Broadway building was tricked out (that's how bachelors speak nowadays, right?) with all sorts of goodies, and a tipster points out that you can read all sorts of archibabble and tour the place without getting dude all over your clothes. [CurbedWire Inbox]