In the News: Tribecan Seeks Three-Way

••• The Old New York Page on Facebook posted this OldNYCphotos.com photo of the building at Hudson and Reade in 1914. OldNYCphotos.com also sells prints and posters, as well as commercial usage.

••• “CB1 to Hear Presentation Tonight about Future of Community Sailing Programs at North Cove Marina: North Cove Marina has struggled to remain relevant to area residents since the departure of the local resident and small businessman who ran a school, club, and camp there for decades, before being removed by the Battery Park City Authority in 2015.” —Broadsheet

••• “Fowler & Wells, Tom Colicchio’s new restaurant in The Beekman Hotel, is now serving weekday lunch. ” —Eater

••• “A man had a hat stolen right off his head while strolling in Battery Park City, police said. The 44-year-old was walking across the corner of Warren Street and River Terrace on Dec. 27 at about 8 p.m.” The perp was a teenager. —DNAinfo

••• An establishment called the Alexander Hamilton Tavern is opening at 96 Greenwich, where the Pussycat Lounge once was. —FiDi Fan Page

••• “Say farewell to the Best Western Seaport (on the corner of Front and Peck Slip) as it closed for business at the end of the year. The Best Western was originally slated to become a chic Cipriani Hotel, but Howard Hughes swooped in with a higher bid at the last minute during last Spring’s auction. Presumably it will remain a hotel, but for now HHC is mum on the ‘upgrade.'” —FiDi Fan Page

••• “A piece of metal mysteriously crashed into the window of an 18th floor hotel room Wednesday, causing glass and the metal slab itself to fall more than 150 feet to the ground, authorities said. The metal, about 1 foot by 1 foot in size, hit the window of a Millennium [sic] Hilton Hotel room, at 55 Church St., just before 4 p.m.” Was it the side of the hotel that faces the under-construction 3 World Trade Center? Also, one of these days I’m going to find out why the hotel spells its name “Millenium.”—DNAinfo

••• Two Christmases ago, Adam bought me a subscription to Time Out magazine “so you can find things for us to do.” Anyway, I often take a look at it even though I find it pretty weak and aimed at 25 year-olds, and this made me giggle. (The sexpert’s answer also includes going to “the kind of bar where open-minded people hang out.” Better advice might be to go at 3 a.m.)