Plus: Khe-Yo chef Phet Schwader took his mom to Laos; the Tracy Anderson “tamily”; Sterling Mason penthouse sold (and I’m starting a rumor about it); more plans to make people like Water Street.
Plus: More details on the 19-story building going up on Broadway; Battery food cart worker sprayed boss with hot sauce; chef Floyd Cardoz’s next move; a banker-turned-ceramicist.
Plus: The South Street Seaport Museum’s Peking ship is going to Europe; life in Lower Manhattan in the late 19th century; crime forum tonight.
Plus: Howard Hughes says no tower will be built on the New Market Building site; Arcade Bakery’s s’mores Danish; opening forecast for Tetsu; SoulCycle bike stolen; another likely Broadway conversion; Best Made founder’s Catskills cabin; the FiDi Dean & DeLuca might have a restaurant; Red Bull theft goes awry.2 comments
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The fire on Worth Street was in a dumpster filled with electronics waste - old computer monitors, etc. Hence all... — Will / Seen & Heard: Fire on Worth Street
Plus: Profiles of Tribeca gallerist Hal Bromm and artist David Lyle; Physique 57 opening in FiDi; judge recuses self from clocktower lawsuit; poker pro and wealth manager get engaged; man pretends to be Tracy Morgan’s son at Haus.
Plus: Treating cabbage like steak; female superintendent in Battery Park City; Time Inc. moving in soon; helicopter industry fighting proposed ban.3 comments
Plus: A Food Network personality’s Tribeca weekends; Tracey Stewart’s new endeavor and book; Tribeca Tap House sister restaurant in Brooklyn.
Plus: Gristedes could be leaving Battery Park City; recapping northeast Tribeca development; the director of the Museum of Jewish Heritage has resigned; new Greek restaurant in FiDi; Black Tap opens a second location.