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July 13, 2015 Newsletter
MORE ON THE BIG HOTEL COMING TO NORTHWEST TRIBECA
Architect Stephen B. Jacobs presented the plans for the six-story hotel at 456 Greenwich, which spans an entire block of Desbrosses. Check out the architectural details, roof massing, floor plans, and materials.
MORE ON THE IVY’S REPLACEMENT
Matt Abramcyk and Akiva Elstein of Tiny’s and Smith & Mills presented the plans—including the floor plan and a sample menu—for their latest Tribeca restaurant.
PAPYRUS IS OPENING A TRIBECA STORE
The greeting-cards-and-gift-wrap chain Papyrus is taking the place of what had been an independent boutique.
CB1 TRIBECA COMMITTEE: THE UNOFFICIAL MINUTES
Discussed: Rosa Mexicano on Murray Street; BMCC rep on the school’s future; a row of bike racks proposed for Duane Street; Atera’s basement lounge; one-day pedestrian plaza on W. Broadway; Manhattan Yacht Club can’t catch a break. Read all about it.
IN THE NEWS
••• 7/9: Possible ban on tourist helicopters. Plus: More on the Pier 26 restaurant; Brookfield Place bike path construction end date; conflict of interest for EDC nominee; fashion blogger makes a plea deal; 2 World Trade Center will be a pain to build; catty Greenwich mom.
••• 7/10: The reinvention of 1 Wall Street. Plus: The Battery Park City preschool that misplaced a child has reopened; local experts discuss Rieslings; Tribeca highlights (with very good photos).
SEEN & HEARD
••• 7/9: Eviction on W. Broadway. Plus: Il Giglio’s farewell message; M&M store in south Soho; Fika redecorates; parade preparations.
••• 7/10: A peek inside Maison Kayser. Plus: Security precautions for the ticker-tape parade and photos of the event; the menu for Sacco & Vanzetti Bistro, now open; Houseman’s salted peanut tart.
••• 7/11: The Sterling Mason’s metal skin (and where the building will have retail). Plus: New physical therapy office on Duane; 290 West continues to be unveiled; checking in on the Spring Street Salt Shed.
THE TWO-STORY ADDITION PLANNED FOR 17 LEONARD
The 17 Leonard plans call for two more stories and a bulkhead, taking it from 39.5 feet to 62 feet, along with a Skyframe penthouse and a Greenscreen in back. Pictured above: the rear of the building.
WHERE IN TRIBECA…?
Congratulations to Andrea for correctly identifying last week’s Where in Tribeca…? (Click the link to discover the answer.) We’ll play again Friday morning.
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