6/28/12 • Newsletter
THIS TOWNHOUSE COULD BE YOURS
Fireplace? Check. Terrace? Check. Private garage? Check. What more could a Triburban want? (How about wine storage for 3,000 bottles?) Also, Curbed has the sales history. It was bought in ’98 for $500K.
SUMMER SALE AT 8.15 AUGUST FIFTEENTH
Almost everything is on sale at 8.15 August Fifteenth, the secret shop downstairs at 184 Franklin (bet. Hudson and Greenwich). Men’s and women’s clothing and accessories are 40% to 70% off. The sale starts today and runs through Sunday, and the shop is open from noon to 7 p.m. Sponsored by 8.15 August Fifteenth.
“What’s up with the building under renovation on Franklin? Is it going to be condos or rentals?” —A. Neither, actually….
LOFT PEEPING: ANONYMOUS TRIBECA FAMILY
Blogger Meg Biram showcased the “recently finished” duplex apartment of a Tribeca family. Get ready for peonies and graffiti.
IN THE NEWS
••• 6/25: 4 World Trade Center tops out. Plus: City politicians like Jerry’s; penthouse for sale; Hudson Square nightclub slammed by State Liquor Authority; chef leaves Demi Monde; lighting strikes 1WTC.
••• 6/26: 40Worthgate! (A political break-in.) Plus: Cheating at Stuyvesant; Julie Menin looks back; 4WTC worker impaled; Pier 40 dinner cruises; new recycling bin.
••• 6/27: 4WTC accident. Plus: New leadership at CB1; popsicles and tamales; burger kiosk; Beach and Varick, then and now; cheating student’s excuse; nightclub shuttered.
THAT’S ALL FOLKSY
There’s a new exhibit at the South Street Seaport Museum: “Compass: Folk Art in Four Directions,” curated by the American Folk Art Museum. It’s sure to make you want to go to a flea market—or five.
SEEN & HEARD
••• 6/25: Itizy ice cram truck. Plus: Spend the night inside a Harrison Street townhouse; another fan of Bu & the Duck; watch movies in the W New York Downtown “Residential Lounge.”
••• 6/26: Carl’s Steaks is closed (but it’ll be reborn as a truck). Plus: Saluggi’s Sandwich Shop update; Tribeca Grand sidewalk seating; Kaffe 1668 as wine bar; Chipotle; cool shadow art.
••• 6/27: Something is coming to the old Matsugen space—but what? Plus: Midcentury sale in an old Tribeca building; 137 Franklin cladding; 1 N. Moore plywood goes up; Benares restaurant; Superstar Gym update; Emergency Medical Care.
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