••• “Gayle Horwitz, president of the Battery Park City Authority for nearly two years, is leaving her post on Oct. 1. She is taking a job as the chief operating officer of Nardello & Co., an international private investigating firm. [...] The Authority announced today that it has hired attorney Randy Mastro, a former New York City deputy mayor, to help resolve its contract dispute with Asphalt Green.” Here’s a suggestion: Try honoring the contract. —Tribeca Trib
••• Suspicious package: “Authorities evacuated some workers from 250 Broadway, which houses several government offices. [...] Investigators determined that the package was a Blackberry tablet in a box.” —DNAinfo
••• Eater interviews Atera chef Matt Lightner.
••• The New York Post recaps the new buildings coming to the area east of City Hall Park, crediting the Gehry building for the resurgence. The story probably also should’ve mentioned nearby 49-51 Chambers and 22 Reade as most likely being sold by the city to developers.
••• The New York Times thinks that City Winery is in Tribeca…?
••• Downtown Lunch reviews GRK, the new Greek fast-casual restaurant on Fulton.
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