Plus: Real estate company sued for breaking their lease; Kendall and Kylie Jenner launch party; the bar director at the Bennett; artist in hot water over alleged forgery. / 2 comments
Sorry for that headline, but if I had written "Follow Tribeca Citizen on Twitter" you probably wouldn't have read this far. Click through for a sample of what you might find if you hitch a ride on the bluebird with me.
Plus: More Best Market updates (including a peek inside); Palermo Pizza has closed and the Cricketers Arms is about to; a miniature lending library in Washington Market Park; no improvement at Tribeca Tower's noisy boiler vent; the top of 12 Warren is fully revealed. / 4 comments
Plus: Taqueria chain coming to 4 World Trade Center; new rules for construction cranes; intrigue in the world of Da Mikele; Pearl River Mart to get a brief reprieve; cake-frosting tips; Sheldon Silver cronies decide who's running for his seat. / 4 comments
Residency medals will not be available at this location. — Jim Smithers / Seen & Heard: New Opening Forecast for Best Market
Relaxatives & jerky are both in aisle 6. — Jim Smithers / Seen & Heard: New Opening Forecast for Best Market
So glad to hear about Cornerstone! — Meg / Seen & Heard: Cornerstone Grill Will Reopen Today
I refer to the mysterious "multi-floor private residence" on Duane, of course, not the shoebox on 250 West. — Kristopher / In the News: The Buyer of the $30 Million Penthouse at 250 West
My powerful command of Google Images show it to be the same loft at 144 Duane used as the villain's... — Kristopher / In the News: The Buyer of the $30 Million Penthouse at 250 West
VERY good news! — Va2NYC / Tribeca’s Cornerstone Grill Appears to Be Closed
I meant to say I missed the sense of community Food Emporium in its own small way fostered. — A / Seen & Heard: New Opening Forecast for Best Market
Plus: The new atrium at the ugliest building in Tribeca; "for rent" sign at 20 Warren; 443 Greenwich's attractive street-level windows; virtual landscape art exhibit at Apexart. / 1 comment
The actors' northwest Tribeca loft has a lot to like, but the best part, according to Watts? "I lie in bed at night and think, 'I can't believe after all these years in New York I finally have a walk-in pantry!'"
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Plus: Video of the crane from the day before the accident; TD Bank branch closed; updates on Hudson River Park security and signage; Bowling Green is getting renamed; "Limitless" is back again. / 7 comments