Plus: Partially uncovered 60 White looks sublime; Bar Works coworking space appears to be smaller than indicated; more info on new Park Row tower; the "Alice in Wonderland" mural on Chambers; PATH station map; "Untitled" shoot. / 2 comments
Plus: Inside the new International Center of Photography; the Battery Park City Authority to share its study on South End Avenue; census of downtown's sidewalk objects; a really old liquor license; 9/11 Museum head stepping down.
Plus: J. Crew men's sample sale started today; the Verizon building's new windows; architectural drawings on Leonard; Sarajo boutique returns to Soho; Robert Janz's water painting; "An Interview with God." / 1 comment
It is aesthetically interesting... However as it required Landmark approval I am assuming this is in a landmarks area. Hence... — Rohin / Hubert Street Mansion Approved
Allsash Window Repair did a splendid job on my original 4 over 4 windows from 1897; for those who care... — neighbor / Seen & Heard: Big Weekend Fair at the Battery
couldnt agree with you more....WTF! — jk / Ever Have One of Those Days?
Feel better? ;-) — Makes you go "hmmm..." / Ever Have One of Those Days?
SWA! Remember to spay and neuter your pets and first borns! — Jim Smithers / Where in Tribeca…?
or "has"... — Jim Smithers / Where in Tribeca…?
Where hass the faith gone in this world? Hospital de animales 146 — Jim Smithers / Where in Tribeca…?
There's never been a better time to visit the Noguchi Museum in Long Island City, thanks to an exhibit of works by Tom Sachs that relate to those of Isamu Noguchi and Japanese culture in general. Then stroll over to the Socrates Sculpture Park.
Plus: A neat photo from inside 56 Leonard; kids' tennis clinics at Washington Market Park; weekend inspiration from the Balloon Saloon; Tribeca Blu Hotel changed its name. / 3 comments