Plus: Fundraising drive for Bogardus Garden-Plaza-Park; Duane Street buildings re-created; 1st Precinct parking shenanigans; “selfie kiosk” coming to FiDi.Comments (4)
Plus: Fairway Market possibly “delayed”; J&R name sold to Century 21?; new trees; 76 Laight.Comments (3)
Plus: Unprotected historic buildings in northern Tribeca; new Seaport shop selling limited-run goods; pro-NYPD rally next week; William Street rental building to go condo; naked people on display.Comments (1)
Discussed at this month’s meeting: Later hours for Bar Cyrk; beer/wine licenses for two restaurants; discussions with 101 Murray’s developer; a variance for parking spots; Geoffrey Zakarian.Comments (0)
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anyone got any info on the Harrison sale items? would... — Adrian on Seen & Heard: Whole Foods Tribeca Now Has a Juice Bar
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Plus: Soup and salad at Baked; 56 Leonard and 30 Park Place from afar; Simeon Lagodich art show; World Trade Center mall update; Bogardus Plaza renovation timeline; Room to Grow event.Comments (0)
Plus: 460 Washington looking pretty good; hardware store closing; Seaport meeting; new hotel to have gallery featuring local artists; brunch party at the Greek; “Holiday Sing” at Bogardus Garden; Washington Market Park holiday card.Comments (5)
The South Street Seaport’s Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony is this Tuesday, Dec. 2, with a DJ set by Questlove, performances by the String Angels and the Harlem Gospel Choir, and much more!Comments Off
The South Street Seaport’s Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony will take place on Tuesday, Dec. 2, with performances by The String Angels and the Harlem Gospel Choir—and much more!Comments Off