7/19/12 • Newsletter
MEET YOUR NEW NEIGHBORS
Get ready for a renderfest! Here’s a recap of the 13 new Tribeca buildings in the works—which will bring around 450 new apartments to the neighborhood. (And if you think that’s a lot, just wait till the follow-up post on all the buildings being converted to condos.)
VALENTINE NO. 21
Fun for all ages.
IS NORTHWEST TRIBECA GETTING A HIP HOTEL?
That was the tantalizingly specific rumor—about a huge, beautiful building on Greenwich—that got floated out this week. Here are the reasons it makes some sense….
SEEN & HEARD
••• 7/17: 1WTC observation deck sneak peek. Plus: New house-call service; tapas restaurant on the way?; theater geek nirvana; Blue Spoon expands starting Monday; “Very Good Girls”; Cristina Dos Santos is moving; Fulton supermarket; poetry talk and walk.
••• 7/18: Spice Warehouse condos. Plus: Grandma’s House is open; Kitchenette closed for renovation; Lot-Less expanding aboca; fun with the police.
CLOSE-UP: DUANE STREET
One of the things that makes Tribeca distinctive is the patterns, details, and textures that are everywhere—such as Duane Street.
IN THE NEWS
••• 7/16: New Seaport buildings. Plus: Pier 15 review; the cause of the Pier 17 fire; 9/11 families want politicians to speak at anniversary.
••• 7/17: Tribeca has a new three-star restaurant. Plus: Dining next to Bill Murray; bike station to get protective island; new principals at two schools; M9 bus service to be restored.
••• 7/18: New building at 15 Leonard approved. Plus: Rebranding 75 Park Place (and making it big-box friendly); Tom Cruise; local filmmaker Joseph Sguera; hotelier looking in Tribeca.
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