Plus: Brookfield Place ice rink is getting iced; Livly children’s boutique is open; Laughing Man’s cookstove drive; S10 Training on Walker; Museum of Feelings.1 comment
The kids’ music studio Hands On! is closing its Tribeca location after 15 years. The landlord tripled the rent.6 comments
Plus: Livly kids’ boutique looks ready to open any minute; new Greenwich Street building semi-revealed; Valley sale; Classic Car Club appears to be moving; checking in on the huge new rental building on Hudson; Torly Kid candy drive.
Plus: Brookfield Place is planning holiday pop-up stalls in the Winter Garden; another Marvel TV show shooting here; checking in on four towers under construction; do a mitzvah for Thanksgiving; how to apply for the community board.
I haven't yet been to the Museum of Feelings but I did see an awfully long line to get in... — Luis Vazquez (FiDi Fan Page) / Seen & Heard: Fire on Worth Street
I have the exact same feeling about these signs. I really used to love the vibe on those streets and... — hst / A FiDi Time Capsule
Wongs Custom Tailors is already gone; replaced by the very tasty Num Pang. — Luis Vazquez (FiDi Fan Page) / A FiDi Time Capsule
South side of Canal, east of West Broadway — James / Where in Tribeca…?
I suppose it's partly a matter of personal experience, but I can't see the fuss being made over the scale... — David G. Imber / Seen & Heard: The Battery Bike Path Is Also Open
I don't pay serious coin to travel half way around the world to stay at the Ritz-Carlton Battery Park every... — Nick S / In the News: Tour Bus Overload
Thank you Tribeca Citizen for the information about the neighborhood.. I especially thank you for the info about the quiet... — T / Seen & Heard: Quiet Clubbing Party
Plus: New fleet of Downtown Connection shuttles; a peek inside the Two Hands restaurant; Bikini Bar building to likely get converted; Tribeca Meet & Greet on Wednesday; Brooklyn Barge Bar drops by; “Whip/Nae Nae” rapper at Downtown Dance Factory; “Where in Tribeca…?” still unsolved.6 comments
Plus: Key Foods spin-off market coming to 70 Pine (along with a coffee bar); Seaport emporium Northern Grade debuts next week; new cancer treatment center.
Plus: Brookfield Place stragglers; Canstruction event starts this week; Housing Works Thrift Shop wish list; black-and-white art exhibit; “Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23.”1 comment