Is the half-new, half-converted condo at Greenwich and Laight better than what preceded it? Does it resemble the renderings at all? Does it add to the neighborhood or detract from it? / 1 comment
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Plus: Actor Keegan-Michael Key has a home in Tribeca; how actor Denis Leary spends his Sundays; Battery Park City student to represent the U.S. at International Olympiad of Informatics; art dealer Dick Bellamy.
It's important to add context to the WTC story. The grand total square footage of the 4 stores that have... — Luis Vazquez (FiDi Fan Page) / In the News: Swiss Institute’s Temporary Gallery
"Is it fair to assume that so many renovated buildings are painted cream because that sells for a higher price?"... — James / Seen & Heard: 60 White Interior
Thanks. Very nice trip down memory lane. But one couldn't see the strange zigzag table placement -- at least, that... — betty / In the News: Eataly Details
Did you notice also in today's Times: "In the five years since he closed Tabla, the chef Floyd Cardoz has... — JJB / In the News: Eataly Details
They sure don't build them like they used to. The juxtaposition of the design highlights this and the execution flaws.... — McGee / New Building Report Card: The Sterling Mason
btw, the bar scenes in the movie "a perfect murder" were shot at riverrun. — j / In the News: Eataly Details
joe never told any of us that riverrun was closing. one day it was just gone. the neighborhood has never... — j / In the News: Eataly Details
At the International Center of Photography's new museum on the Bowery, where the first show is about privacy and public visibility, the curators really packed in the art. Plus: There's an outpost of Maman. / 1 comment
Plus: Graffiti Earth temporarily closed; checking in on the Flea's new building; exterior window shades; City Winery organizing a big music festival in Queens. / 2 comments
Plus: Church Street School's struggle to find a new home; the plaza outside 50 West and the West Thames pedestrian bridge; Justin Bieber's pleasurable massage. / 3 comments