7/23/12 • Newsletter
FIRST IMPRESSIONS: ATRIO
When the Conrad New York opened, I didn’t rush to try out its restaurant, Atrio, because I didn’t think non-guests were likely to go there (excluding nearby expense-account diners). But then I saw it was offering a Restaurant Week menu….
IN THE NEWS
••• 7/19: Luxury real estate for less—two big-ticket homes cut their prices. Plus: Why Pier 17 workers didn’t pull the fire alarm; “The 15 Central Park West of Tribeca”; NBA player sells; a new Greek fast-food restaurant in FiDi.
••• 7/20: Giant golden sex toy (on display!). Plus: 5 Franklin Place unstalled; Battery Park City Library closes to redo the balcony; JPMorgan Chase to keep plaza closed for a long time; lobster-roll joint closes.
SEEN & HEARD
••• 7/19: Freshly paved Duane Street—but how come no cobblestones? Plus: “Old Jews Telling Jokes”; Peter Bogdonavich; 77 Reade storefront; the new Arman building; aji amarillo.
••• Congratulations to Andrea for correctly identifying last week’s Where in Tribeca…? We’ll play again Friday at 8 a.m.
WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN YOU’RE EXPECTING…TO OPEN A BUSINESS HERE
There are two main provisions you want to make sure are in your commercial lease. I call them “the Shield and the Sword.” Absolutely no one else does. By Daniel Gershburg, Esq.
RECENT REAL ESTATE SALES IN TRIBECA
Fifteen sales were recorded in the past week.
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