Arson alleged. Plus: Planet Fitness details; prime Hubert property to be rentals; Chambers Street illustration; 56 Leonard and 30 Park Place.Comments (0)
Plus: Details on new northwest Tribeca condos; Racines NY review; Brooklyn Bridge security breach; private-sector tenant for 4 World Trade Center; Bogardus tributes; Tribecans waxing enthusiastic; assault with a curling iron.Comments (1)
Plus: Fake-bag vendors on Lispenard; deli renovation; macramé art on Staple Street; Tamid’s new space; Fika opening at the World Trade Center; Tribeca Meet & Greet; fireworks tonight; new FiDi cycling studio.Comments (1)
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“I wanted to do the adult version of Mudville 9,” says Tribecan Eric Schwimmer of his spiffy new Washington Market Tavern on Murray Street. “And this is how I like to eat—quality food in a convivial atmosphere.”Comments (7)
Plus: Reviews of Bâtard and Marc Forgione; inside artist John Willenbecher’s studio; elevated train tracks; TriBeCa West in Jersey City; softball champs; another Shinola.Comments (1)
Bogardus Plaza and Peck Slip. Plus: Mario Batali and Liv Tyler at Square Diner; the Smyth goes under the knife; 1 World Trade Center’s orange vents; the Beekman Hotel’s condo tower; City Hall construction; psychedelic police barriers.Comments (0)
Now open on Greenwich Street: The fourth outpost of Macaron Café, which serves salads and sandwiches—along with those precious, pretty cookies, of course.Comments (4)