Plus: Flooding forecast for Lower Manhattan; Bouley chef makes sexual-harassment accusation; another FiDi building getting converted to rentals; principal profiled.1 comment
Plus: The former Bubble Lounge space; rumored closing date for Saleya; peeks inside 443 Greenwich; buy your Loft Tour tickets now; Tribeca sublet.2 comments
YIMBY got its mitts on renderings for the Ponte Equities building planned for 440 Washington, which we’ve also known as 31 Desbrosses.1 comment
“Ten or fifteen years ago, there were 13 pen stores in New York City,” says Terry Wiederlight, who runs Fountain Pen Hospital with his brother, Steve. “Now we’re the only one.”2 comments
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?
It seems that there has been no work at 1 White Street for a few months already. — James / In the News: ChaiseFitness Opens in FiDi
Rag & Bone would qualify as high end retail. — James / Is Rag & Bone Opening in Tribeca?
While living in Canada and way back before I even knew what Tribeca was, I sent a Waterman Pen to... — Andrea / Spotlight: Fountain Pen Hospital
Sadly, we'll probably loose the spine of Belgian block up the middle of the street - it's unique. — Andrea / Vestry Street Is Getting Torn Up Next
This would be the best new addition to TriBeCa since Gourmet Garage. — HH / Is Rag & Bone Opening in Tribeca?
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Need a little color in your home or office? Come adopt a geranium! The Downtown Alliance is giving away 4,000 geraniums as part of its Green Around Lower Manhattan program.Comments off
Plus: Fashion hootenanny this weekend at Brookfield Place; public meeting about what to do with Pier 26; TriBeCa Native benefit book launch; appearances by Jason Segel, Colum McCann, and Yotam Ottolenghi.No comments
Also on Community Board 1’s October agendas: The Tunnel to Towers run; cleaning garbage liquid; Hank’s Juicy Beef; later hours for Bar Cyrk; World Trade Center retail; Morton Street Middle School; city tree-planning initiative; fancy Seaport cinema.5 comments