Plus: Check-cashing joint appears closed; Franklin restaurant dormant; Pier 26 restaurant; 290 West windows; 460 Washington from the west; holiday toy drive; another Wolfgang’s Steakhouse.Comments (2)
A rundown of the restaurants, shops, fitness studios, and more expected to open in greater Tribeca—with new updates on Gourmet Garage, Parm, Añejo, Dojo Tribeca, Juice Press, and more.Comments (4)
Consulting chef Alex García has a hand in establishments all over the city.Comments Off
Plus: Checking in on 56 Leonard; Tutto il Giorno progress report; 1 World Trade Center’s spire; FiDi construction report.Comments (2)
Re: Hudson at North Moore, fences still gone, watermain junction... — Robert Ripps on Seen & Heard: Whole Foods Tribeca Now Has a Juice Bar
171 Duane Street is still dumping their trash in the... — Miriam on Seen & Heard: Sanitation Department Shakedown?
Re the sculpture: maybe they mean 20 ft. high before... — KP on Seen & Heard: Whole Foods Tribeca Now Has a Juice Bar
anyone got any info on the Harrison sale items? would... — Adrian on Seen & Heard: Whole Foods Tribeca Now Has a Juice Bar
The Tribeca Flatiron Hotel or is it called the Tribeca... — Jim Smithers on Where in Tribeca…?
YES, I would live there, but I'm very happy where... — Luis Vazquez (FiDi Fan Page) on Seen & Heard: Seaport Petitioners
But then you're a real estate agent, no? Lots invested,... — jfrankp on Seen & Heard: Seaport Petitioners
Also on February’s Community Board 1 agendas: The NYPD stables that used to be on Varick; Spring Studios; the blight that is Denny’s; Lispenard landmark; a million street-activity and street-fair permits; more.Comments (2)
Including a view of 84 White; progress at Franklin Place; TOAST gallery (with water tower show); bookstore moving; Organic Modernism; Collect Pond Park; Walker office moving?; Broadway and Duane. Plus: Moving sale; Gina La Fornarina; Brookfield food.Comments (4)
Here’s a rundown of the restaurants, shops, and more we can expect to open in the next year or so.Comments (5)
Also on Community Board 1’s January agendas: a 15-year-old restaurant appears to be closing; Tribeca is getting another Mexican restaurant; a new bar/restaurant on Franklin Street; a new fitness facility on Church; and more.Comments Off