Plus: A visit to the Four Seasons; new subway entrance; World Trade Center mall update (and concerns), including the good news that Grom is open; the inaugural show at the China Institute's gallery. / 7 comments
Plus: The restaurant opening in the former Ivy's Bistro space; Chabad of Tribeca's Rock the Block party; Seize sur Vingt sale; Megu reopening in Chelsea; Park(ing) Day; seeking recommendation for tote-bag printer.
I agree with you..Staple St has def. gotten a bit sad. I live right off the alley and am never... — juliew / Seen & Heard: Target’s Other Opening Date
Re re-paving of streets: while they're at it, perhaps they could re-pave Staple Street, which doesn't look a lot better... — KP / Seen & Heard: Target’s Other Opening Date
Irina, Good luck in your new journey!!!! — Irina, K / New Kid on the Block: Galerie de Café
This might be helpful..... http://www1.nyc.gov/assets/em/html/know-your-zone/knowyourzone.html — Ruben / Seen & Heard: Wine Shop Transformation
I can't take this win. The tainted glory should still go to Beautiful. — Jim Smithers / Where in Tribeca…?
Do more of these! They are great! — S / TCQ&A: Logan Levkoff
....rtheast corner — Jim Smithers / Where in Tribeca…?
"When we decided to move," says Rachel Cantor, "we took all that we had learned in six years—from kids, from parents, from becoming a mother myself—and implemented it in our own way." / 2 comments
Plus: The challenge of programming the World Trade Center performing arts center; event space on Duane; forum on Lower Manhattan construction; Loft Peeping: Greatest Hits. / 2 comments
Plus: Inside the new Four Seasons hotel; does Lower Manhattan still need tax incentives for commercial real estate?; state assembly candidate Q&A. / 5 comments