Newsletter: July 27

Landmarc TribecaLANDMARC HAS CLOSED
“It has been an honor to serve the Tribeca neighborhood for so many years,” said chef/owner Marc Murphy. “My kids grew up eating at Landmarc, and it was the very first restaurant we opened.”

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50 MurraySHOW US YOUR ROOF: 50 MURRAY
A resident of 50 Murray, recently rebranded as Tribeca House, invited me to the communal sundeck. Located on the east side of the 22nd floor, it has terrific views in nearly every direction—and a basketball court.

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BouleyTHE LATEST FROM BOULEYWORLD
The flagship restaurant’s last day of service is Monday, lunch will be served at Bouley Botanical, and more.

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courtesy Time Inc.NOSY NEIGHBOR
“At Brookfield Place, there’s a terrace done up with party lights overlooking North Cove Marina. What is it?” —A. The answer.

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courtesy GrecaSEEN & HEARD
••• 7/25: Greca restaurant opening forecast. Plus: Bike NY promises to address amplification at the Five Boro Bike Tour; bunny spotted at Rockefeller Park; Jeff Zimmerman at R & Company; another skincare company opening at World Trade Center mall.
••• 7/26: An update on VCafé, closed for nearly three weeks. Plus: Possible progress at the Irish Hunger Memorial; fitness day at Asphalt Green.

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50 Hudson renderingIN THE NEWS
••• 7/24: Hudson Street topper sent back to the drawing board (above). Plus: The Tribeca home of Alissa and Jonah Lovens; resident using apartment as furniture showroom; Vegas sibling for Anotheroom; FiDi clock is back; the history of 150-152 Duane.
••• 7/25: Mickey Rourke’s “disco light fixtures.” Plus: A bunch of FiDi restaurant and shopping updates; the Surf Lodge owner’s morning routine; downtown rent-stabilization fight; 28 Liberty mural.

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