6/11/12 • Newsletter
LOFT PEEPING: SOREN ROSE KJÆR
A blog called The Designer Pad featured the Tribeca loft of Danish designer Søren Rose Kjær, “who after commuting between Copenhagen and New York, decided to relocate with his family to the Big Apple.” A-peeping we will go….
BUSY SUMMER AHEAD!
TriBeCa real estate is as hot as ever! Prices have reached 2007-2008 levels and inventory is scarce. If you are considering selling your property, call Sophie Ravet for a free market valuation. A vice president at Brown Harris Stevens with over $125M worth of lofts sales Downtown, Sophie is one of the leading real estate brokers in the neighborhood. A TriBeCa resident for over a decade, she is passionate about the neighborhood and its architecture. Sophie is multi-lingual and has an extensive local and international client base. 212-452-4470, email@example.com. Sponsored by BHS.
IN THE NEWS
••• 6/7: World Trade Center supermarket. Plus: Stuyvesant students dress way down; ramen rave; a major loft architect looks back; Diddy’s penthouse hunt; Pier A party boat concerns; food vendor fight in City Hall Park; Clarkson Social Club.
••• 6/8: Ketchup critique. Plus: Steve Russo of the TriBattery Pops; testing Tracy Anderson; AP chief buys in Tribeca; moving election day; P.S. 234.
••• 6/10: World Financial Center food hall. Plus: Basketball City; Port Authority makes a move on the 9/11 Memorial; cancer added to 9/11 act; Reade Street topper nixed; attempted thievery.
“I took this picture at the far end of the 1/2/3 uptown subway track at Chambers Street. I asked someone from the MTA and he had no clue what ‘electronic mice’ are. Can you help me find out?” —M.
SEEN & HEARD
••• 6/7: Lowrider. Plus: A rapper on Bubby’s; CB1 FiDi Committee recap; LentSpace open for lunch; Just Shea.
••• 6/8: Asphalt Green delayed yet again. Plus: Possible new wine bar; late-night food trucks; Warren storefront.
••• Congratulations to Kerry Farrell for correctly identifying last week’s Where in Tribeca…? Let’s play again Friday at 8 a.m.
WELCOME TO TWEEBECA
It was better when it was home to cannibalistic humanoid underground dwellers.
RECENT REAL ESTATE SALES IN TRIBECA
Fifteen sales were recorded in the past two weeks.
Fun for everyone—or at least people who don’t mind random pictures with snarky captions.
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