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.
Plus: A Tribecan and his art collection; mock vigil at Bowling Green; Balenciaga handbags stolen from Saks Fifth Avenue. / 9 comments
Plus: Photos of the new Ichimura sushi bar; 3-D map shows the city's forthcoming buildings; FiDi supermarket close to opening; Community Board 1 votes against newsstand outside Whole Foods; Tribeca couple's art collection.
https://www.nytimes.com/2011/10/30/nyregion/lever-house-closes-once-a-year-to-maintain-its-ownership-rights.html In a practice dating to 1953 and a custom that can be traced to Anglo-Saxon England, RFR Realty, the... — James / Nosy Neighbor: Is Franklin Place Really a Private Street?
seriously, they should put a gate so only owners can park their cars there, they should privatize for real!! — concerned citizen / Nosy Neighbor: Is Franklin Place Really a Private Street?
Also, depending on what development is contemplated next door, the (2 story) building remains a "taxpayer" building with saleable air... — James / Seen & Heard: Confirmation of a New Starbucks
They are currently approved to "expand' the building site from 1 story to 2 stories, all for retail use. This... — James / Seen & Heard: Confirmation of a New Starbucks
I still do not understand what are they planning to build on 108 Chambers, whether the two story building they... — Carlo / Seen & Heard: Confirmation of a New Starbucks
...and get those super loud harley davidson motorcycles off the road. — sean / Open Letter: Here’s Your Traffic Study
Rusty( pictured at beginning of article) has loved pup Culture for 10 years! — madeline c lanciani / New Kid on the Block: Pupculture
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
Plus: The types of businesses verboten in Battery Park City; life in Hudson Square; anti-Trump protestors outside Goldman Sachs; tennis star buys near Holland Tunnel; Zucker's; former chair resigns from CB1; "community-centric advisory panel" for public art.
Plus: Class-action lawsuit against Jungsik; beverage magnate has a Tribeca apartment; photos inside 70 Vestry construction site; The Fat Jew and his wife are divorcing; FiDi residents got married; cash no longer accepted at the Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel. / 3 comments