Plus: The last days of Nunu and Blue Marble at All Good Things; a "political" bar or café on Beekman; new renderings of Brookfield Place.
Plus: More Arne Svenson coverage; lights coming back on at Hudson River Park esplanade and bike path; big new art gallery; B Flat review; Water Taxi accident; another Lenny's; Greenwich buildings for sale. / 6 comments
Plus: A clue about the Flor de Sol space; Macy Gray; 250 West's $42 million penthouse; Aamanns-Copenhagen outdoor seating; dairy visit; Dig Inn; a soothing tea. / 1 comment
Plus: Jem Fabric Warehouse's closing sale; something happening at the old Flor de Sol space?; subway entrance; TriBattery Pops; a wine tip.
Always the Best. Love you Mikey Flowers and your Chicken Avocados Sandwiches — Chip Foley / Spotlight: Floratech
This is a great spot as is. I feel cranky about eighteen months of more construction on that corner. — Huck's mom / Seen & Heard: Work to Start Soon on Bogardus Plaza
In 2014, NYC identified the corner of Greenwich and Beach Streets as one of the worst places (I don't recall... — Andrea / Seen & Heard: The Great Tribeca Scavenger Hunt
we love Mikey Flowers !!! i have never met a person who cares and worries about others like mike does,... — the ramp boys / Spotlight: Floratech
Do the incoming residents of 403 Greenwich know that they will be living on top of a rat universe? Eegads,... — NorthernTribeca / Seen & Heard: The Great Tribeca Scavenger Hunt
You have touched so many lives, Mikey. You are a true New York institution. We love you!!! — Lisa Vogel / Spotlight: Floratech
Why aren't all these illicit sellers and scammers arrested and fined into oblivion? — Marcus / In the News: The Retail Real Estate Glut
Plus: Verizon nearly done with post-Sandy improvements; Tribeca Film Festival; 137 Franklin progress; kudos to Clementine; "The Pathos of Things" at Carriage Trade. UPDATE: Flor de Sol is reopening AboCa.
What was discussed: Pier 26 concerts (including a third one by Fun.), the Tribeca Family Festival, sidewalk-café licenses, and more. / 2 comments
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.