But which one? Plus: The Sterling Mason’s deep canopy; more on that Worth Street fire; an update on new Brookfield Place stores; a movie about the pressures boys face.
There’s no law saying you can’t pick up a little something for yourself, too, while you’re out and about. In this round: Babesta, A Uno, Stillfried Wien, Grown & Sewn, and the Mysterious Bookshop.
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.4 comments
Tribeca is still one of Manhattan’s best shopping neighborhoods, so get out there and buy someone’s affection! Here are a few items that caught my eye at Best Made Co., Valley, South of Market, Torly Kid, and Patrick Parrish.
Wow, what a review...did you design it? — Adam / Seen & Heard: The Battery Bike Path Is Also Open
The fire on Worth Street was in a dumpster filled with electronics waste - old computer monitors, etc. Hence all... — Will / Seen & Heard: Fire on Worth Street
Indeed. I think some "entertaining" flash mobs might be in order. — Liz / In the News: Tour Bus Overload
The Museum of Feelings. Sponsored by Glade. If it starts to rain and there is no line, it might be... — betty / Seen & Heard: Fire on Worth Street
56L is historic and groundbreaking and stunning. We are so lucky we will get to enjoy it soon. The structure... — architect / Seen & Heard: The Battery Bike Path Is Also Open
It'll be fun making a hobby out of sabotaging The Ride. — j frank / In the News: Tour Bus Overload
The first day the line went across the plaza all the way to Beaubourg. Tonight it went in the other... — Hudson River / Seen & Heard: Fire on Worth Street
Plus: Stillfried Wien adds square footage (and is having a sale); menus for the Bennett bar; Marvel TV show “Luke Cage” is shooting here again; Christmas celebration at the Seaport District; the Lilac has returned; debating rooftop additions.1 comment
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.
After a series of pop-ups, the Boston sneaker and streetwear shop Concepts has turned the storefront at 225 Hudson into the brand’s first, permanent New York City store. It’s a beaut.1 comment