Plus: The West Walkway at the World Trade Center Transportation Hub is open; CityMD signage on Chambers; about that “for rent” sign above Downtown Liquor Store; Pi Bakerie’s ice cream cart; “The Answer” shooting here.1 comment
I figured that one day Spring would let me come in and take pictures—I really went to bat for the place—but whatever, the architect’s photos are better than I could take, anyway.2 comments
After 13 years in Soho, NYC Elite has moved its flagship gymnastics facility to Worth Street—and nearly doubled in size. But it’s still a family business, owned and operated by mother-daughter team Marianne and Tina Ferriola, both of whom live in Tribeca.No comments
Plus: Fashion showroom opens on Walker; Con Edison’s Warren Street construction; Cosmopolitan Hotel paint job; old film reels for sale; advertising shoot.1 comment
The Pier 26 rendering is a concept from a number of years ago. Design parameters for the pier are wide... — Mr. Burns / In the News: McNally Jackson Is Opening a Seaport Bookshop
A longtime fountain pen user, I've been a local patron since moving to Tribeca in 2006. Terry & Steve have... — John / Spotlight: Fountain Pen Hospital
If you are interested in a discounted gift certificate for private lessons at Real Pilates please send an email to... — Daniel Ubetz / In the News: Real Pilates Is Opening in Soho
news from home is on youtube https://youtu.be/cgx2bxJANxc — josh / Seen & Heard: Has Man of the World Ditched Its Tribeca Plan?
Dinkins?!?! I guess even incompetence has its rewards. — Makes you go "hmmm..." / In the News: McNally Jackson Is Opening a Seaport Bookshop
demo — demo / Seen & Heard: Has Man of the World Ditched Its Tribeca Plan?
they ditched the space two months ago. — tribeca / Seen & Heard: Has Man of the World Ditched Its Tribeca Plan?
Plus: Alexander Wang may move his company to FiDi; how Houseman avoids being noisy; sailing lessons off Pier 25; another tourist arrested for climbing the Brooklyn Bridge; why the city should absorb Battery Park City.No comments
Say it five times fast. Plus: Peck Slip School is looking good; another stretch of World Trade Center sidewalk is open; a new partner for Looie, the restroom app; Pace University vegetable garden.5 comments
At at China Institute’s Fall Festival, you can watch special demonstrations of our language, calligraphy, t’ai chi, and brush-painting classes; enjoy snacks; and participate in our tea ceremony.Comments off