In the News: Ball Fields Delay

••• BPC ball fields delayed yet again. —Broadsheet Daily

••• “Why did 288 West Street lofts close with such a wide spread?” —Manhattan Loft Guy

••• “Eater hears that Michael Bao Huynh is opening a new Baoguette at 75 Nassau Street, right next to Nicky’s Sandwich.”

••• “Richard R. Green High School Celebrates Move to the Financial District.” —DNAinfo

••• The New York Times says the Seaport is booming: “Demand to buy in the residential enclave is so strong, she said, that some properties are sold before they are publicly listed.” Also: “A third site, at 80 South Street, was envisioned by Santiago Calatrava in 2004 as multimillion-dollar apartments arrayed in a series of cantilevered boxes. But it is vacant, used only for the occasional television shoot. The property is outside the historic district, ‘so there are no height restrictions and we have a lot of flexibility on the design,’ said John Randolph, the executive vice president of Sciame Development, which owns the site. The company is still determining what to build, but it will most likely be a mix of residential and hotel.”

••• Kirsten Dunst has an apartment near the Greenwich Hotel. —New York Times

••• Tiffany & Co. is opening a store in Soho. —Racked

••• “New York City’s Claims Against Damon Dash’s DD172 Settled For Now.” —Village Voice

••• The New York Post thinks Cipriani Downtown (on W. Broadway near Broome) is in Tribeca. I can understand why people might be confused about Tribeca’s eastern or southern borders, but the Canal one is pretty clear.

••• “Dozens of protesters took to Bowling Green Park on Sept. 17, 2011 to occupy Wall Street.” Dozens, huh? —DNAinfo

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