Newsletter: July 13

Downtown Alliancecourtesy Sant AmbroeusMADISON AVENUE, SOHO, SOUTHAMPTON, PALM BEACH…. AND BATTERY PARK CITY?
Sant Ambroeus is opening a 7,000-square-foot restaurant downtown, including a two-level dining room and a coffee shop.

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View from 100 BarclaySHOW US YOUR ROOF: 100 BARCLAY
The four large communal terraces on the 18th floor of 100 Barclay offer tremendous views in every direction. Come take a look.

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courtesy MamanSEEN & HEARD
••• 7/10: Pearl River Mart has nearly doubled in size. Plus: Soft serve ice cream; frame sale; local petition to get 2 World Trade Center built; checking in on the Nunu Chocolates store at the World Trade Center mall; progress at a new Broadway building.
••• 7/11: Maman’s new lifestyle shop (above). Plus: Van Leeuwen ice cream shop is apparently still happening; summer show at Hal Bromm Gallery; yarn installation in Hudson Square; “Where in Tribeca…?” answer; Prince playlist.
••• 7/12: Con Edison to rip up Warren and W. Broadway. Plus: No word on whether Au Cheval is moving forward with its Walker Street restaurant; Tetsu looks closer; preparations for the “Sphere” sculpture at Liberty Park; Island Oyster food service.

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Church PublickCHURCH PUBLICK’S NEXT INCARNATION
When the restaurant reopens on July 19, there will be a new name, a redesigned space (including a lower level previously used for private events), a raw bar with oyster shucker, and occasional live music.

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452 GreenwichIN THE NEWS
••• 7/10: Residents demand Cuomo sign bill. Plus: Chambers Street Wines profile; Canal Street Market on “Cheap Eats” list; movie producer summering in Tribeca; state senator introduces legislation about neighborhood names; Good Samaritan attacked at McDonald’s; a day of car-free Chinatown; more co-working in FiDi.
••• 7/11: Amazon is said to be opening a Soho store. Plus: The history of 67 Greenwich; Untuckit co-founder at New York Vintners; best neighborhood blogs.
••• 7/12: Blacks and Latinos targeted for pot arrests. Plus: App users get to change the colors of the 1WTC antenna; history of a Greenwich Street building; floorectomy at the Woolworth Building penthouse; Broadway vendor market; Reade mess cleaned up; Summer Streets in August.

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