In the News: Chick-fil-A coming to Jersey City, WTC Oculus will feature retractable skylight

Oculus Pavilion via NYT

Oculus Pavilion via NYT

**The new World Trade Center Transportation Hub, designed by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, will feature a retractable skylight that will open up every year on September 11th for 102 minutes, which was the duration of the 9/11 attacks. The skylight forms part of the Oculus Pavilion, the section of the hub that looks like a fishbone/ribs/bird skeleton. —Curbed via NYT

**A water main break on Eighth Street between McWilliams Place and Jersey Avenue (adjacent to Hamilton Park) created a sinkhole this past Sunday. Although United Water hasn’t posted a water advisory, nearby residents may want to boil their tap water the next 24 hours. —NJ.com

**Love ’em or hate ’em, fast-food restaurant chain Chick-fil-A announced that it will open a franchise inside the Newport Center Mall this coming November. The Atlanta-based chain found itself in the midst of a controversy last year when its CEO, Dan Cathy, made comments opposing same-sex marriage. —NJ.com

**A 2BR condo at Crystal Point Condos has set a new price-per-square-foot record in downtown Jersey City. The condo, which sold for $1,356 per sq. ft., surpasses a 2013 sale at 77 Hudson, which sold for $1,351. —The Real Deal

**Fans of Orange is the New Black — the Jersey Journal has an interview with Berto Colon, who plays Cesar, on the Netflix mega-hit. Colon, who lived in Jersey City for five years before joining the show, shares his favorite JC pastimes. —NJ.com