8/16/12 • Newsletter
LOFT PEEPING: DEBORAH FRENCH
“I wanted to create an environment that was sophisticated and elegant yet simple and inviting,” says interior designer and sculptor Deborah French, “a place to just dive into and stay.” She also wanted to incorporate elements from her travels—which means there are elements from Italy, India, Morocco, France, China, Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, Africa, and America. Take a look around….
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NEW KID ON THE BLOCK: MANHATTAN PROPER BAR & SOCIAL CLUB
Murray Street’s gentrification continues with Manhattan Proper Bar & Social Club, in the old Copper Barrel space. The truffle pomme frites come with homemade ketchup and buttermilk ranch aioli.
VALENTINE NO. 25
Come to my window….
IN THE NEWS
••• 8/13: Atera’s cocktail bar. Plus: Bagel shop won’t be H&H; 1 World Trade Center bragging; Nielsen close to moving to FiDi; police catch phone thieves.
••• 8/14: Indian restaurant opens next week. Plus: More on the Irish Hunger Memorial crash; Landmarks Preservation Commission denies Tribeca building’s proposed redesign; sandwich shop expands.
••• 8/15: New FiDi supermarket is open. Plus: Upgrade on Canal Street; Murray Street real estate review; Battery Park food kiosks; David Beckham statue.
SEEN & HEARD
••• 8/13: Car crashes into the Irish Hunger Memorial. Plus: Restaurant opens on Murray; 93 Worth bares an ankle; recent history at 257 Church; cardboard art. UPDATE: New info nixes IHOP rumor.
••• 8/14: A new hotel in Tribeca? (According to this rendering there could be.) Plus: Chipotle update; no-right-on-red answer from the DOT; “White Collar” filming; Trees for Tribeca; Academy buses idling on Laight.
••• 8/15: Exploring Space on White. Plus: New dental office; free food for Olympic medalists; Duane Park restaurant’s move; updated scaffolding at a landmark building.
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