Plus: Tina Fey, Stephen Colbert, and more at City Winery; Houseman now delivering lunch; exhibit of lighting sculptures; Artflag is very much still here. / 2 comments
Besides the breathtaking atrium, check out the lobby, reception, bar, and even Tom Colicchio's Fowler & Wells restaurant. / 5 comments
Plus: Battery Park City cinema getting recliner seats; video from inside the Kanye West pop-up; a peek from inside the Beekman hotel; helping the homeless woman outside Best Market. / 7 comments
I'm out of town so I can't swing by, but yesterday the hotel announced on Instagram that it was open:... — Erik Torkells / First Look: The Beekman Hotel
When I walked by around 8pm last night it did NOT look open. Also there was still construction paraphernalia last... — S / First Look: The Beekman Hotel
Hi Erik, Thanks... Christmas & Chanukah come early hahaha ... Absolutely Incredible... :) — Rohin / First Look: The Beekman Hotel
It doesn't even come with a free parking space or sidewalk cafe! — James / Ghost Town: The Growing Number of Vacant Storefronts in Tribeca
saw this: http://www.vacantnewyork.com/ It appears that Tribeca is not the only area in the city with this issue. — Randy / Seen & Heard: Indoor Golf Coming to Tribeca?
I really hope that golf thing is true AND I really hope it's more like a driving range than one... — lowphat / Seen & Heard: Indoor Golf Coming to Tribeca?
Probably so. I've heard this complaint from other business owners in my old neighborhood regarding a street with many vacancies;... — Marcus / Ghost Town: The Growing Number of Vacant Storefronts in Tribeca
Plus: New entrances to the R train at the World Trade Center; Thomas Street closure on Sunday; Warby Parker pop-up; Le Pain Quotidien in Battery Park City said to be opening this week; "Law & Order: SVU" is back yet again. / 10 comments
Plus: A French magazine profiles a FiDi loft; tally of open stores at the World Trade Center mall; inside 60 Hudson. / 5 comments
Plus: A rant about Manhattan Mini Storage; why women are serenading passersby in City Hall Park; the artist behind the monsters of Lispenard; Baked is opening a Tokyo outpost. / 16 comments
Spring Street Dermatology is opening an office on Chambers Street. The cosmetic services being touted include sweat reduction, chin fat reduction, and "vampire facials," which involve your own blood being injected into your skin.