7/02/12 • Newsletter
INTEL ON THE NEXT BIG BUILDING COMING TO TRIBECA
Including the number of stories, the number of units, the architect, and the developer.
MOOMAH HAS CLOSED AGAIN
“Yes, again,” says the email that came out early Saturday morning, “and this time for good.” So you can forget about the petitions, kids….
REAL ESTATE REPORT
Fifteen sales were recorded in the past week—including a $7.2 million apartment at 101 Warren that was sold to a music industry bigwig.
NEW KID ON THE BLOCK: DUXIANA
“We’re known for quality,” says Paige Davidson of Duxiana, the Swedish mattress company that just opened in the former Just Scandinavian space. “We’ve been family-owned and operated for three generations.”
IN THE NEWS
••• 6/28: Stagnant wading pool. Plus: Ad bigwig buys here; homeless shelter starts expansion; nightclubs funneling names to the police; historic ships; bike-share concerns.
••• 6/29: Possible 2012 Olympic contender. Plus: fancy food at P.S. 150; man gets stuck in trash compactor; arguing over the 9/11 Memorial; theater at the Smyth; Gateway Plaza pool.
••• 7/1: Goldman Alley makes the New York Times. Plus: Inside Fiterman Hall; where to buy stained Bouley chairs; man stuck in compactor found dead; Greenhouse looking at Antarctica.
FIELD TRIP: THE HOWARD / CROSBY MICRONEIGHBORHOOD
When did the area around Howard and Crosby become one of the coolest parts of downtown? (Probably after Opening Ceremony moved there, but that’s the only time it’s mentioned in this post.) Let’s explore NoCa!
SEEN & HEARD
••• 6/28: Quest questions. Plus: Reconsidering the Matsugen space news; Saluggi’s Sandwich Shop update; Seaport Museum plan for ditching some ships; Fulton Street Transit Center’s new name; Downtown Florist moves; 1st Precinct meeting.
••• 6/30: Tift Merritt. Plus: New to New Amsterdam Market; agendas for this week’s two CB1 meetings; meet the cast of “Twelfth Night”; vintage photos.
••• Congratulations to Jim Smithers for correctly identifying last week’s Where in Tribeca…? We’ll play again Friday at 8 a.m.
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