Also on Community Board 1's June agendas: Duane Street eviction and demolition; Pier 26 update; closing part of Peck Slip to traffic; new Park Row tower; the neverending film/TV/ad shoots; Barleycorn liquor license change; more.
Plus: Sweetgreen will no longer serve bacon or sriracha; sleazy "push-poll" technique used by arcade plan supporter; why 3 World Trade Center is being built that way; Wounded Warriors to roast a pig in front of a FiDi mosque; why you shouldn't rob someone on an escalator; other thefts. / 3 comments
Plus: Kung Fu Tea to also be the Eggettes House; the penthouse level at 443 Greenwich; imminent opening for a World Trade Center passageway; is the Cosmopolitan Hotel getting a new sign?; Bar Works is not taking all of 70 White after all. / 17 comments
And the last thing we need is another Japanese restaurant. — Janet / Another Japanese Restaurant on Leonard?
Disaster. 69 Leonard is the most Ill Managed building. When it was gallery 69 the noise and garbage level infected... — Southpaw / Another Japanese Restaurant on Leonard?
Looks like fancy booze in the photo. — Andrea / In the News: The Private Club Inside Spring Studios
Absolutely correct. The landlords discard residents and customers without a thought or a feeling. — Saroyan / Seen & Heard: Gee Whiz’s Downsizing Is Bigger Than We Thought
https://www.instagram.com/p/BF1-LhLGTu-/?taken-by=robertripps — Robert Ripps / English as a Fecund Language
Further, this old article (http://www.wellandgood.com/good-advice/tribeca-is-about-to-get-its-first-bikram-yoga-studio/) says "the 3,000-square-foot space, which is on 158 Duane Street between West Broadway and Hudson,"... — James / A New Yoga Studio on Duane
Duh! To keep your personal, gold plated coffee mug, of course, along with your silver spoon. — KP / In the News: The Private Club Inside Spring Studios
Plus: The sleazy Lower Manhattan real estate deal that kept many buildings from being rent-stabilized; 9/11 Museum trying to woo resistant locals; new Austrian restaurant opens in FiDi. / 3 comments
Plus: New design for the Hubert Street mansion; North Cove Marina tenants unhappy with new management; Park Place tower funding, details; illegal ticket vendors arrested; FiDi sidewalk shed relief; Broad Street tower to be second tallest building in Lower Manhattan. / 2 comments
Plus: Battery Park City nanny and toddler disappear, then return; this weekend's obstacle course on Pier 26; Café Altro Paradiso review; a peek inside the new Wyeth showroom; resident urges Battery Park City Authority to think green.
Plus: Soho Photo's June exhibits; La Colombe opening on Prince; Soho Square to get spruced up; "Romeo and Juliet" at Castle Clinton. / 2 comments