Plus: Uniqlo is said to be mulling a massive FiDi store; student in hit-and-run accident; the history of a Chambers Street building and western Canal Street; Gateway Plaza drama; steam vents. / 1 comment
Tribeca artist and writer Jane Freeman takes us back to the 1990s, when you could still make art—such as Freeman's dioramas, interspersed throughout the text—from materials found at odd-lot stores and discarded on the street. / 1 comment
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: The De Blasio administration has jacked up commercial real estate taxes (and an acclaimed West Village restaurant is closing partly as a result); Cut has Sunday brunch and a lunch deal; when Broadway was Typewriter Row; East River Esplanade logjam cleared.
Plus: Proposed storefront replacements for Chambers and Reade; soft blobs at Taymour Grahne; confirmation of Agatha Ruiz de la Prada's closing; Broadway and Walker in 1912. / 5 comments
Plus: The history of a Franklin Street building; 70 Vestry penthouse in contract; photos of 30 Park Place penthouse; new CFO at the Battery Park City Authority; review of Paul's Casablanca nightclub on Spring.