Architecture Critic Jayne Merkel & New York City’s Evolving Skyline (Frazer Rice Podcast Episode 1)

Welcome to the first episode of the Frazer Rice Podcast (Trust me . . . I’m working on getting a snappier title!).

Expect to see more interviews with artists, entrepreneurs, commentators and tastemakers from New York and beyond.

Today we have an interview with Jayne Merkel, contributing editor for the Architectural Record and author of the monograph, Eero Saarinen.  We discuss the evolution of New York City’s skyline and downtown redevelopment, trends for the future and our favorite neighborhoods and buildings.

Among the highlights . . .

Manhattan's newest and most controversial residential tower- 432 Park Avenue

Manhattan’s newest and most controversial residential tower- 432 Park Avenue

An afternoon photo of one of NYC's "Old Faithfuls"- the Flatiron Building

An afternoon photo of one of NYC’s “Old Faithfuls”- the Flatiron Building

A night photo with the Union Square Pavilion with the Zeckendorf Towers in the background

A night photo of the Union Square Pavilion with the Zeckendorf Towers in the background

THE NEXT PODCAST WILL FEATURE CRIME NOVELIST, TERRENCE MACCAULEY, WHO WILL TALK ABOUT HIS NEW BOOK, “SYMPATHY FOR THE DEVIL”.

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