"Do we know if any of the flood hardening of the Leonard Street Substation involves exterior modifications? There is a work permit taped to the door which talks about flood hardening and barriers around the entrances and louvers." —P. / 1 comment
Plus: The New York Dolls reopening party; what to expect at the "Experience Mars" event; why the Broadway bus bulb remains unfinished; show of 1970s art at Hal Bromm Gallery; looking down on Barclay Tower.
Toll Brothers City Living has finally posted a rendering for the 19-story building underway at 353-357 Broadway (between Leonard and Franklin), which will have its entrance in the narrow dog-leg that connects at 91 Leonard. / 2 comments
I dont find this location any louder than the others, but agree with other commenters that it's getting a bit... — David / Will Equinox Get Muscled Out of 50 Murray?
They lied. — HAPA / Seen & Heard: Soho Pharmacy’s Identity Crisis
The notion that the pier won't be "saved" is dubious. The question is whether building up the area across the... — Erik Torkells / In the News: An Argument Against the Pier 40 Deal
There's a petition to save pier 40 http://pier40champions.org/save-pier-40-petition/ — TribecaMom / In the News: An Argument Against the Pier 40 Deal
The "different criteria and expectations for pedestrians vis-a-vis drivers" is in no way comparable to that between bikes and cars.... — jfrankp / In the News: Inside Augustine
....I'll throw some coins at that.... — John / Seen & Heard: New York Dolls Update
This “temporary post and panel structure” looks like what is out in front of the relatively new building at 350... — James / Nosy Neighbor: What’s Being Done to the Leonard Street Substation?
Plus: The hoist at 56 Leonard is getting dismantled; update on Fowler & Wells and Augustine restaurants; Target advertising; Front Street fashion boutique closed. / 1 comment
Plus: A mural inside the new store; when three northwest Tribeca streets will be paved (and how they used to be cobblestoned); outdoor seating at Jack's Stir Brew; show of paintings at Steven Amedee Gallery. / 9 comments
Plus: The new meal-delivery service on Reade; soil testing at controversial condo site; subway flood-control mechanisms; Tunnel to Towers run is this Sunday; Carl Glassman photo exhibit. / 4 comments
Plus: Video visit to architect Daniel Libeskind's Tribeca apartment; update on the West Thames pedestrian bridge; this could be the last Battery Park City Block Party; 1920 bombing on Wall Street; Taste of the Seaport; Farm Fresh Festival for Kids.