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March 6, 2017 Newsletter
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HUGE RESIDENTIAL CONVERSION ON CHURCH STREET
That’ll make for three construction projects in a three-block span (four in four blocks, if 56 Leonard keeps taking its sweet time).
SEEN & HEARD
••• 3/2: Roc’s farewell note. Plus: An interactive 3-D map of downtown development; Allan & Suzi’s vintage store is closing; Ataulfo mangoes are back; “Power” shoot again.
••• 3/3: Harrison has left Whole Foods Tribeca (above). Plus: Signage on “Burlesque” building on Church Street; Tribeca Meet & Greet is on Monday; girls’ mentoring program moving in on Lafayette; big buildings on the horizon.
••• 3/4: Cornerstone shrine. Plus: Reversal of traffic on Jay; a peek inside the street level of 56 Leonard; Ward III is still waiting; change of ownership at Shigure; ineffective bollards appear to be gone for good.
WHERE IN TRIBECA…?
Congratulations to KLG for correctly identifying the location of last week’s Where in Tribeca…? Click the link to discover the answer.
IN THE NEWS
••• 3/2: The Ear Inn is 200 years old (above). Plus: More info on DanceBody’s forthcoming Warren Street studio; a visit to the Municipal Archives; 70 Vestry penthouse; engagement ring allegedly stolen from the Ritz-Carlton; the Dunkin’ Donuts Iced Coffee Lounge.
••• 3/3: Man Repeller pop-up. Plus: Real estate hunt involves Tribeca; Independent art fair is happening now; revised accounting regarding 133 Greenwich sale; Maman has left the ICP Museum.
A.k.a. random pictures with snarky captions.
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