10/11/12 • Newsletter
LOFT PEEPING: JULIE FREMAR
The October issue of Elle features the Tribeca loft of stylist Leslie Fremar. It was decorated by friend, client, and “design freak” Julianne Moore.
BUSY FALL AHEAD!
Demand for TriBeCa real estate is as high as ever and inventory is scarce, leading in many cases to bidding wars and above ask closing prices. If you are considering selling your property, call Sophie for a free market valuation. A vice president at Brown Harris Stevens with over $150M worth of lofts sales Downtown, Sophie Ravet is one of the leading real estate brokers in the neighborhood. A TriBeCa resident for over a decade, she is passionate about the neighborhood and its architecture. Sophie is multi-lingual and has an extensive local and international client base. 212-452-4470, firstname.lastname@example.org. Sponsored
FIRST IMPRESSIONS: SUSHI OF GARI TRIBECA
The restaurant is tiny, and yet there’s lots of room for improvement.
SEEN & HEARD
••• 10/8: Asphalt Green protest update. Plus: New underground spa; progress at Warren Street prepared-food shop; Franklin Station wine bar name; “Made in Jersey” and “Law & Order: SVU” TV shoots; Cricketer’s Arms signage; Duane Reade closing?; innovative garbage cans; new allergist office.
••• 10/9: Church Street parties ticking off residents. Plus: Free geraniums tomorrow; Water Street block closed for six months; Inside Tribeca Loft Tour; 225 Rector Place.
••• 10/10: Chinese restaurant has closed. Plus: Westville Hudson opening date; tentative Asphalt Green rally date; Hunter College art school on its way; fun with textiles; Battery Park harvest festival; Canstruction.
A DUSTY GLIMPSE OF THE COMMERCIAL PAST
While I walk by 28 N. Moore and wonder about all the history inside, writer Valeria Likhova and photographer Marisa McGrody simply ask if they can go in and take a look around. They found some wonderful relics.
NEW SUBWAY ENTRANCE OPENS
I just checked out the new subway entrance at Broadway and Dey. Want to see some photos?
NINE EIGHT UNANSWERED QUESTIONS
If you know something, say something! Plus:
One Two answered questions.
IN THE NEWS
••• 10/8: Pier 17 re-redesign. Plus: Mast Brothers’ Seaport shop is open; CB1 committee wants Hudson Square rezoning to have more open space.
••• 10/9: New FiDi café. Plus: Locanda Verde folks branch out; Jean-Georges Vongerichten sues over Matsugen space; art gallery to the rescue; 124 Hudson.
••• 10/10: Holland Tunnel entrance park. Plus: Asphalt Green without Asphalt Green?; post–St. Vincent’s health care downtown; morris dancing; Yunnan cuisine; Tribeca Grand temporary nightclub closed; tasting menus.
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