In the News: Subway Racer

courtesy Nicola Formichetti••• Vogue visits the Tribeca apartment—”a paean to polychrome”—of Diesel creative director Nicola Formichetti. There are more photos on Formichetti’s Instagram, including the one above.

••• “New York-based lawyer […] Matthew Ahn decided to race the MTA subway on foot. The idea was inspired by a London man who successfully beat the Tube on foot between stations. Ahn decided to race the 2/3 train from the Chambers Street stop to the Park Place stop, which is about five blocks—or 0.3 miles—apart.” —New York Daily News

••• “Gabby Karan de Felice and Gianpaolo de Felice […] who own Tutto Il Giorno in Tribeca and Southampton, N.Y., will create a casual Italian restaurant (with a different name) on the fifth floor” of the Hudson Yards development. —New York Times

••• “Demolition permits have been filed for two South Street Seaport buildings at 80 South Street and 163 Front Street. Although construction plans have not yet been filed with the Department of Buildings, there’s reason to believe that site owner China Oceanwide Holdings intends on constructing a residential and commercial tower as tall as 1,436 feet on the waterfront lot.” —Curbed

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