Plus: The history of 75 Hudson; Pier 40 air-rights deal likely to take another step forward; old Statue of Liberty materials now being made into jewelry; Pressed Juicery opens in FiDi; Peck Slip School kids to get closed street as play area.
Plus: Opening forecast for Taryn Toomey's new studio; the history of 311 Broadway; Community Board 1 discussion about the Battery Park City Authority's plan for South End Avenue. / 1 comment
Plus: Howard Hughes Corporation tries an end-run regarding the Tin Building; the ornate post office building that used to be in City Hall Park. / 2 comments
Plus: Daydreaming about severely limiting cars in a big chunk of Lower Manhattan; man dies after fall from Battery Park City building; about the Horace Greeley statue in City Hall Park; "Gilmore Girls" promotion.
Thanks for the info on the Hamilton exhibits. I hadn't heard of this. Will go! — Janet / In the News: LGBT Memorial in Hudson River Park
Reade Street Animal Hospital will have candy for the kids on Halloween Day Monday October 31st! 8am-6pm =) — Bruce / Seen & Heard: The Annual Trick-or-Treating Question
Have you tried the Key Food downstairs from the 55 Fulton Street market? It's a bit of a schlep, but... — David G. Imber / Is Best Market Closing?
Really sad that sub-garbage is taking over a space where a great art supply store use to be. Tragic. — robert / The Shake Shack on Canal Street
say it ain't so!! i agree with everything above! they are not perfect, but prices are reasonable and lines are... — Madeline Lanciani / Is Best Market Closing?
Eight years ago while looking for furniture for my small one-bedroom apartment, I wandered into Antiqueria Tribeca quite by accident.... — Maxine Levy / Spotlight: Antiqueria Tribeca
Yes they're gonna open but it takes time why you think the doorman is there telling the people that it... — Mel / Seen & Heard: New York Dolls Is Reopening
Plus: Profile of architect Thierry Despont; parking lot owner refuses to let school block street for recess; another World Trade Center mall tenant gets sued for bailing; the history of 176 Franklin, where Riverrun was; city to sell lovely old Centre Street building to developer who can demolish it; Saks aims to be like a website; Cut's chef and art. / 5 comments
Plus: Michelangelo's pizza joint; moving sale at Authentic Pre-Owned; street fair evidently canceled; how to weigh in on proposed changes to the city's street-fair policy; 1st Precinct Community Council meeting. / 7 comments
Plus: Local salons make InStyle's Black Book; the history of the Puffy's Tavern building; Squadron tries again to make the BPCA see the light; traffic cop gets socked in the nose; more on that event space on Duane and that loud Fashion Week party on Beekman; when a family lived on a boat at Pier 25. / 8 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.