Plus: Big Gay Ice Cream is opening in the Seaport District; when a clown school was on Chambers; the Battery Park City Authority's resiliency study; remembering David Rockefeller. / 1 comment
Plus: Signage on "Burlesque" building on Church Street; Tribeca Meet & Greet is on Monday; girls' mentoring program moving in on Lafayette; big buildings on the horizon. / 1 comment
Plus: J. Crew's Mickey Drexler chops loft price by $15 million; Jacques Torres opening a chocolate museum at his store; graphic designer Rodrigo Corral; Tamarind's no-kids-under-eight policy; school tax proposed on real estate developments.
NY Magazine - "Rock Shrimp and Star Power: Drew Nieporent on the Earliest Days of Nobu" http://www.grubstreet.com/2017/03/drew-nieporent-nobu-closing.html — James / Seen & Heard: Nobu’s Final Night in Tribeca
Erik: Important article. You do very helpful reporting for all in the neighborhood. It would be great if you/other media... — Jj / Teens Are Terrorizing Battery Park City
Love these Photos Erik... I've lived in this hood for 41 years. You make seem like its never changed. Thanks!... — tommy flynn / Ode to Canal Street
There are a lot of good points raised here which seem to be ignored elsewhere. Fearless girl is a pretty... — Rohin / In the News: Citigroup’s Renovation Is a Year Behind Schedule
Erik, Love the Chanel reference in an architectural context! :) Design is not too bad but agree that the grey... — Rohin / Seen & Heard: The New Restaurant in Truffles Tribeca
Tribeca's Most Wanted???? hahahahahahaha first world problems. — AndyC / Teens Are Terrorizing Battery Park City
These remind me of Roy Colmer's "Doors, NYC" from 1976, which you wrote about a couple of years ago. Here's... — James / Ode to Canal Street
Plus: "Sphere" sculptor Fritz Koenig died; Dean & DeLuca on Wall Street said to involve a diner; the Bayonne Bridge. / 1 comment
Plus: The 1st Precinct's "hipster cop" is retiring; Todd English pulled out of the restaurant at the W hotel; Blue Ribbon Federal Grill opening forecast. / 2 comments
Plus: Child thief strikes at the Conrad hotel; fashion designer Joseph Altuzarra; Battery Park City landlord settles federal civil-rights lawsuit; 4 World Trade Center is fully leased; Robert De Niro doubles down on anti-vaccine nonsense.