7/09/12 • Newsletter
SEEN & HEARD
••• 7/5: Drybar is opening in Tribeca. Plus: Everyman Espresso opens just above Canal; more on Delboys; Glen Phillips and Grant-Lee Phillips.
••• 7/6: Baked by Melissa. Plus: Saluggi’s Sandwich Shoppe update; South Soho stoop sale; how to reach the BPCA regarding Asphalt Green; Robert Ludlum authors; Greenmarket report; West Street lane closures.
••• Congratulations to Cameron for correctly identifying last week’s Where in Tribeca…? We’ll play again Friday at 8 a.m.
VALENTINE NO. 19
Last summer, I ran a series pointing out the wonderful little stuff in these parts—and I thought I’d continue it this year. Here’s Valentine No. 19: Making a Spash.
IN THE NEWS
••• 7/5: Longtime downtown pediatrician closes office. Plus: Group babysitting so parents can party; Chase Manhattan Plaza lawsuit; fabric company won’t sell building to developers.
••• 7/6: Another Broadway building is going condo. Plus: The city was putting heat on Uncle Mike’s; Handsome Coffee Roasters pulls out of Demi Monde; Duane Park restaurant; African Burial Ground to temporarily close; the Fulton Fulcrum; New York Rescue Mission; living in a tent in Battery Park
••• 7/8: FiDi is getting a Drybar, too. Plus: Much-disliked real-estate developer; misspelled street sign; stylist’s dog.
WELCOME TO TWEEBECA: SPECIAL NON-NYC EDITION
As I scan Twitter for Tribeca-related tweets, I often come across ones that seem particularly absurd—because they’re for other Tribecas, such as the pizzeria/bar in Liverpool or the nightclub in Jakarta. Read together, they seem as if there’s some other Tribeca that’s possibly even more interesting than the original.
RECENT REAL ESTATE SALES IN TRIBECA
Nine sales were recorded in the past week.
Fun for everyone, or at least people who don’t mind random pictures with snarky captions.
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