Plus: New ferry service to increase air pollution; Sheldon Silver sentenced; more thefts; Carson Street clothing shop is closing; outdoor seating at the new Le Pain Quotidien in Battery Park City; R & Company exhibits.
Plus: Traffic jam prediction; what yesterday's skywriting said; exhibit of Andy Warhol party photos; Wichcraft rebranding; City Hall Pharmacy is closing; aerial shot of Tribeca (and beyond). / 1 comment
Plus: Exhibit of work by longtime Tribeca artist Tom Shannon; Jay Street retail space for rent; Starbucks opens another branch on the same block; Hudson building being converted to condos; Classic Car Club's interesting new location.
1. The Bike Tour is likely way in violation of the commercial music and other provisions of the NYC Noise... — James / Seen & Heard: Reactions to the Five Boro Bike Tour
Also Varick just past Canal has gotten worse too, I won't even drive down Greenwich anymore. — John / Seen & Heard: Reactions to the Five Boro Bike Tour
All of the heavy construction equipment coming through northwest Tribeca is likely also partly responsible for the state of the... — McGee / Seen & Heard: Reactions to the Five Boro Bike Tour
Did they ever catch these "artists"? — 1stPrecinct / In the News: Triraqis Caught on Video
also says NO ALCOHOL, which will hopefully be updated. who wants to grill or host a gathering without alcohol? — Sean / In the News: Water Street Arcades Valued at $250 Million
It seems safe to assume they haven't updated the website yet. — Erik Torkells / In the News: Water Street Arcades Valued at $250 Million
Actually, https://govisland.com/permits/gatherings says that you can bring food or arrange it to be catered from food trucks, but "No grilling".... — Dan Kohn / In the News: Water Street Arcades Valued at $250 Million
Plus: 1 World Trade Center carpet; FedEx Office store is moving; "Law & Order: SVU" is back yet again; work by Japanese emerging artists. / 1 comment
Plus: Residents agitated over the loss of views as a result of 396 Broadway construction; 50 Murray rent-stabilization fight; Warren Street building for sale (instead of getting developed with its neighbor); Jane Freeman art exhibit. / 5 comments