Newsletter: May 11

Dine Around Downtowncourtesy Au ChevalAU CHEVAL IN CHIBECA?
Evidence suggests that the new restaurant at Walker and Cortlandt Alley will be a branch of Chicago’s popular Au Cheval (above).

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Gotham Girls FCNEW YORK CITY’S ONLY ALL-GIRLS SOCCER CLUB
Tryouts for Gotham Girls Football Club, dedicated to the development of girls as soccer players, are happening May 11-12. Our coaches instill a love of the game, develop the girls as unique players, prepare them to compete at the highest level, and help them reach their full potential as players, students, and people. If you can’t make this week’s events, you can come the first two weeks in May to check out the club and try out. For more information, and to register for a tryout date, visit gothamgirls.org. Also, we’re now starting a soccer class for boys and girls age 2-5 on Sundays at the P.S. 276 gym; the details are here. Sponsored.

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74 HudsonNOSY NEIGHBOR
“Do you know of any plans to construct at 74 Hudson? Seems like it would be too valuable to just remain a parking garage. I’m looking at moving to the area but if there’s going to be noisy construction and the disappearance of light, I’m not sure it’s a good idea.” —L. The answer.

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courtesy @placardabuseSEEN & HEARD
••• 5/8: Wine bar on W. Broadway? Plus: Il Mulino clarification; a peek inside Canal Street Market’s food hall; meeting about local transportation issues; Abraham Foxman on his life as a hidden child; rally for loft tenants.
••• 5/10: How cops evade tolls (above). Plus: Max restaurant was awarded the Quality Approved seal; Mmuseumm’s new exhibits are about to open; Cricketers Arms space is for rent; spring celebration at Duane Park; “Welcome to New York” signage.

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Five Boro Bike TourSOME IMPROVEMENT AT THE FIVE BORO BIKE TOUR
Anecdotally, last weekend’s Five Boro Bike Tour appears to have been a bit less bothersome than in recent years, but there were still complaints, and a resident measured the noise with a sound meter.

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courtesy Petee's PiesTHE FOOD VENDORS AT CANAL STREET MARKET
They’ll be serving ramen, grain bowls, sushi burritos, pie, ice cream, dumplings, and more. The full list.

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courtesy Nicola FormichettiIN THE NEWS
••• 5/9: Prison towers. Plus: Ichimura review; Battery Maritime Building stalled; the leak in the World Trade Center Oculus; Greenwich Street retail condo sold.
••• 5/10: Subway racer. Plus: Nicola Formichetti’s apartment (above); Tutto Il Giorno owners to open Hudson Yards restaurant; Seaport demolition could foreshadow a supertall tower.

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ShadowlandSHADOWLAND (VOL. 8)
Step into the shadows with me….

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