Along with Smythson and Kit and Ace. Plus: Morton Street School zoning approved; advertising on a WTC wall; City Council debates the FiDi arcade plan; Canvas reopened in Soho; Pier 40 air rights; furniture designers.
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. / 3 comments
Plus: "Stop Shake Shack"; Greenwich Street cobblestones have deteriorated further; celebrate spring this Sunday at Duane Park; extended hours and more for the Tribeca Design District. / 9 comments
The new 2 WTC invokes the stair climb of the first responders, 9/11. Yet is very much anchored in the... — Michael Burke / In the News: The Design for 2 World Trade Center
We literally have a new camp of homeless in West Broadway between Chambers and Reade. One has made permanent camp... — B. S. / Seen & Heard: Suspicious Man Spotted in Local Parks
I also went to speak to folks from the Bike Tour. I've lived here for 12 years and every year... — S / Seen & Heard: Reactions to the Five Boro Bike Tour
I hear you. If they aren't going to enforce the rules, they don't do any good. — McGee / Seen & Heard: Reactions to the Five Boro Bike Tour
What makes you think there are not such rules already? Rules of the City of New York, Title 34 (Department... — James / Seen & Heard: Reactions to the Five Boro Bike Tour
There are several buildings outside my window that block my water views. Can Hulk smash them? — Jim Smithers / New Kid on the Block: The Dogpound
Sebastian, you are entitled to your feelings about H20 visibility & who belongs here vs. NJ. Have watched the billboard... — laura / New Kid on the Block: The Dogpound
Plus: Gigi Hadid likes Nili Lotan; a salute to Arcade Bakery's ham-and-cheese sandwich; White Street building sold. / 3 comments
Plus: The Five Boro Bike Tour is this Sunday; hotel construction takes over a lot of Desbrosses; exterior demolition on Broadway buildings; new Community Board 1 members; two shows at Taymour Grahne Gallery.
"I'm a surplus guy!" says Lable Horowitz, explaining how Church Street Surplus came to be stuffed to the gills. Over the years, he has bought odds and ends of everything from police sirens to hospital traction bars, but the store now mainly focuses on military clothing and other vintage apparel. / 6 comments