8/09/12 • Newsletter
A GLIMPSE OF SHINOLA
Intriguing details are emerging about Shinola, the classic American brand being totally reinvented with a flagship store at 177 Franklin.
IS TRIBECA GETTING AN IHOP?
It’s just a rumor, but still. Plus: A rant.
SEEN & HEARD
••• 8/6: Kool Bloo has closed. Plus: Babesta Threads has remodeled; tour of One Wall Street; By Joy Gryson looks close to opening; TV shows filming on Warren this week; Battery Park farmstand; Key Food opening date; city redistricting meeting; renegade pink shade.
••• 8/7: The chef at All Good Things. Plus: The marketplace’s florist; By Joy Gryson opening date(s); pop-up women’s fashion boutique; “Smash” filming here; trivia night; Smith & Mills.
••• 8/8: Updates on new buildings (137 Franklin, 71 Laight, and the Arman). Plus: 88 Reade; Tribeca Film Festival dates; Barry’s Bootcamp; New Amsterdam Market food-truck caravan; Washington street art; “Triburbia.”
NOSY NEIGHBOR: WILL THE CONSTRUCTION AT HUDSON AND LAIGHT EVER END?
“We do not dispute the importance of such a project, but we do not understand why nobody is willing to give us a rough estimate of a return to normal.” —P. (Got a question? Email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.)
CITIBANK CONFIRMED FOR PRIME TRIBECA LOCATION
And just when I had given up on it!
IN THE NEWS
••• 8/7: 70 Pine to have up to 1,000 rentals. Plus: Battery Garden Bikeway; 11 Beach conversion; rule enforcement at Zuccotti Park; FiDi resident makeover.
••• 8/8: Top of the Woolworth Building to go condo. Plus: Widening the Brooklyn Bridge walkway; H&H Bagels dispute; new renderings for 1 World Trade Center; Fulton Center RFP; 130 Fulton loft sale.
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