Plus: New Amsterdam Market reminder; surfing at the gym; Brookfield Place construction closures; Bela Brazil's new location; the morality of economics; alfresco games; psychologists for students.
Plus: Fiddling with W. Broadway traffic light; Shensai Parsi New Year dinner; 376 Broadway mystery; Hotel Particulier event.
Courtesy of StreetEasy, these are the properties whose sales were recorded by the city in the past seven days.
That's what people are saying. Plus: Kids' activity ExerBlast said to be moving; presale tickets for the Fun. concert on Pier 26; Bubby's waiter; 1 York sale. / 2 comments
Kutsher's opened in Nov 2011 if I recall correctly. No restaurant would open with only a 5-year lease. — James / Almond Is Closing
They brought the restaurant license from kutsher's, maybe it is expiring? — TribecaMom / Almond Is Closing
Love the varied textures---.and the hard/soft juxtaposition of things which makes these shots so compelling. Thanks for sharing. — Jean Grillo / Instagram Tribeca (Vol. 22)
When I first saw this right outside of my building, the lines leading from the device ended under a truck.... — Huck's mom / Seen & Heard: Buddha Bar Update
I'm surprised to hear this news- they'd seemed a lot busier lately..but maybe it was all the c level Citi... — juliew / Almond Is Closing
Unfortunately it's all driven by the high rent required by the landlords... Would make sense in high traffic areas but... — Rohin / Almond Is Closing
I thought Almond was a really great restaurant. Didn't realize it had only been here for a year. Disappointed it... — D$ / Almond Is Closing
Courtesy of StreetEasy, these are the properties whose sales were "recorded" by the city in the past seven days (ending 11/10/12)—the sales may have taken place earlier.
Fourteen sales have been reported in the past two weeks, including four at 471 Washington.