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February 20, 2017 Newsletter
NEW KID ON THE BLOCK: PUPCULTURE
The Tribeca outpost of Pupculture is focusing on daycare and grooming. “Daycare is not for all dogs,” says owner Abraham Mimi. “We make sure the dog is happy. If not, it doesn’t belong here.” Take a look around.
ANOTHER PRESCHOOL ON DUANE
Citibabes is moving from Soho to Tribeca, where it’ll be located between Washington Market School and JCP Downtown. It’s also becoming a licensed preschool.
SEEN & HEARD
••• 2/16: Cinnamon spill. Plus: A favorable first impression of Restaurant Ato; W. Broadway closed this weekend for a transformer removal; progress at Austrian bakery site; Canal Street café.
••• 2/17: The closing of Bit’z Kids. Plus: Renovation at the New York State Insurance Fund building; Thalassa’s gas trouble; Tribeca’s Cornerstone is taking a break; “Seven Seconds” TV shoot.
••• 2/18: State troopers are moving to Tribeca (above). Plus: Le District is finally getting a French fry station; the Warren Street reconstruction project is starting; “Black List” TV shoot; painting at Taymour Grahne.
IN THE NEWS
••• 2/16: Saks Fifth Avenue Men’s Store opens [this] week (above). Plus: Child thief strikes at the Conrad hotel; fashion designer Joseph Altuzarra; Battery Park City landlord settles federal civil-rights lawsuit; 4 World Trade Center is fully leased; Robert De Niro doubles down on anti-vaccine nonsense.
••• 2/17: More on the jewelry store death. Plus: Navy restaurant in Soho is closing; area politicians request a traffic study; the NYPD officer who convinced a man not to kill himself; Sonoma Cost pinot noir tasting.
WHERE IN TRIBECA…?
Congratulations to Derek for correctly identifying last week’s Where in Tribeca…? Click the link to discover the answer for yourself.
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