Newsletter: Sept. 7

courtesy Jill LindseyJILL LINDSEY IS OPENING A TRIBECA OUTPOST
“It is a larger version of my Brooklyn location,” says lifestyle guru Jill Lindsey of her plans for Tribeca, with a shop, café, event space, treatment rooms, and fitness studios.

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111 ChurchSEEN & HEARD
••• 9/4: What’s next for 111 Church (above)? Plus: Video of a firefighter climbing up to the roof; buildings reduced to a pile of rubble on W. Broadway; boutique confirmation on Broadway; shoots for “Law & Order: SVU” and “PSA.”
••• 9/5: Holy Ground restaurant preview. Plus: Bulletproof Coffee closed after just three months; glimpse of the balconies at the funky new Franklin Street building; street art on Lispenard; lost pet.
••• 9/6: 111 Church has not been condemned—but that doesn’t mean it won’t be torn down. Plus: Mulberry & Vine got renovated; mini golf tournament on Pier 25; NYPD continues to park illegally; Swiss Institute appears to have left; Church Street vape shop has opened; Quick Cryo clarification.

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courtesy the OdeonIN THE NEWS
••• 9/5: Cops descend on Duane Street. Plus: Tribeca restaurants in the 1980s (above, courtesy the Odeon); Hundred Acres restaurant in Soho is no longer; shrimp farmer at the Tribeca Greenmarket; Deustche Bank said to be interested in the World Trade Center; INColour interview.
••• 9/6: Tenant in burned building complained of dirty ductwork. Plus: Councilmember Margaret Chin wants to be able to tinker with zoning; developer gets construction loan for lot it just cleared; St. Nicholas church secured a lease with the Port Authority; noodle house to reopen on Bowery.

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Pier 26 renderingCOMMUNITY BOARD 1 SEPTEMBER AGENDAS
What’s being discussed: Pier 26 update (above); parking in north Battery Park City; update on Buddha Bar; an apparent change at the Paris Café; turning a FiDi street into an open-air mall; new Chinese restaurant; more. Read the annotated agendas.

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Daniel Buren installation at BortolamiVALENTINE NO. 61
In praise of the atria/skylights in the rear of so many Tribeca buildings—usually on the ground floor, and often extending down to the basement, or possibly lower. What really gets me excited is when someone tweaks the idea….

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