10/22/12 • Newsletter
TRIBECA’S SEXIEST RIDES
Motorcycles get Valeria Likhova all revved up, even though she’s never ridden one—and Marisa McGrody has the photographs to prove it.
“Any chance you can find out what is going on at 93 Reade? The rumor is that they are adding a floor.” —Anonymous
REAL ESTATE SALES REPORT
Courtesy of StreetEasy, these are the properties whose sales were “recorded” by the city in the past seven days (ending 10/20/12)—the sales may have taken place earlier.
IN THE NEWS
••• 10/18: Federal Reserve bomb attempt. Plus: Asphalt Green permits in order; anti-Asphalt Green rally; exploring Cortlandt Alley; man beats man for his shoes; 9/11 anxiety; Sonic Youth’s Lee Ranaldo.
••• 10/19: World Financial Center’s new name. Plus: Two takes on the anti-Asphalt Green rally; 37 Warren sales; Hudson Street train history; World Trade Center retail construction; Corbin Building.
••• 10/20: Corbin Building revealed. Plus: Washington Street pedestrian plaza; Tribeca Grand nightclub; suspected student arsonists; population analysis.
••• 10/21: Izzy & Nat’s is closed. Plus: Pro-Asphalt Green meeting report; Tribeca couple sues tenants for painting apartment in “putrid” colors; new Seaport gallery.
WHERE IN TRIBECA…?
No one has correctly guessed last week’s Where in Tribeca…?, even though it’s on a busy enough stretch. I’ll post the answer at the end of the day.
SEEN & HEARD
••• 10/18: Sea Cabana showcase. Plus: 460 Washington’s arches; Top Chef Kitchen openings; gallery appears closed; Nish Noosh update; private parties at All Good Things; Tribeca Trust walking tour; a dentist who loves Halloween.
••• 10/19: Lotus Blue delivery. Plus: Demo continues at 460 Washington; 7-Eleven’s outreach; “Art Snack”; big bike tour this weekend; Saleya restaurant.
••• 10/20: First look at the new Federal Plaza. Plus: Asphalt Green meeting reminder; 30-story apartment building on the rise; the TV show “666 Park Ave.” is shooting in the area.
Fun for everyone, or at least people who don’t mind random pictures with snarky captions.
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