Discussed at last night's meeting: The imminent Warren Street reconstruction project; Apple's event space on Duane; weekend construction at 24 Leonard condominium; expanded outdoor seating at Laughing Man; the loud start of the Five Boro Bike Tour; CB1's street fair scheduled for Warren; Maxwell's sidewalk café. / 11 comments
Plus: Gary Graham sample sale; two Warren Street buildings are evidently not getting torn down; Antique Garage signage; "Power" shooting again; FiDi group meeting in rumored Danny Meyer restaurant space. / 2 comments
Plus: A staging company's photos for the event space at 144 Duane; late-night construction on Hubert Street (and how to use the Department of Buildings website); LEO Design in the West Village is closing; new hotel by the World Trade Center has opened. / 3 comments
I know this letter was printEd a year ago but it caught my eye because I was just thinking today... — Diane / Open Letter: What Happened to Our Whole Foods Store?
As he said, people are disappointed when he's not there. Count me among them. The vibe is entirely different without... — Jon / Spotlight: Roc
I've tried the Sticky Fingers in the Village. Wasn't that impressed but I'll probably give the new location a chance.... — Rowena / In the News: “Gourmet” Chicken Finger Restaurant
Correct! — Erik Torkells / Where in Tribeca…?
The flower pots by Beach St/Greenwich Street next to the CitiGroup building! — Nicholas Nilert / Where in Tribeca…?
Best of luck to the Cadolini family, on their next chapter of their life. Ciao. — giovanni iovine / Spotlight: Roc
Hate to say it but makes perfect sense that Marshalls/TJ Maxx is opening. It's highly attractive to the abundance of... — AAA / We’re Getting a 66,000-Square-Foot Marshalls Store
Plus: More on the Duane Street event space; Tribeca restaurant would like the Trumps to visit; northwest Tribeca construction; a local salon's rules; "Power" shooting here. / 2 comments
There has been a lot of depressing news lately, and we likely haven't heard the last of it, so let's focus on the positive (for one post, anyway). Here are 11 things to look forward to in Lower Manhattan in coming months. / 4 comments