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.
What a wonderful writeup! I am so happy we have young adults like you who will make a difference! I... — Carla -rae Prober / Pop-Up: Shelter Chic
They've been on University place forever with rich hippy clothes back in the day and pricey Boho since. They have... — Anna / A New Clothing Store on Duane
You are a caring example of what the word humanity truly means. Marjory — Marjory horowitz / Pop-Up: Shelter Chic
Sooooo impressive!!! Congratulations for your passion and devotion in helping animals who don't have a say . I am thankful... — Dana Feldman / Pop-Up: Shelter Chic
Probably because it was deteriorating and couldn't secure it (Local Law 11). — george martin / Nosy Neighbor: Why Was This Cornice Removed?
Re 376 Broadway: Per Certificate of Occupancy 113287 dated 8/27/97, this building received valuable floor area in exchange for that... — James / Seen & Heard: The Pier 26 Restaurant Is Still an Empty Shell
makes sense because they shot some scenes with the infamous ramrod in the background which is by christopher street. — josh / A Huge Leap Forward for Pier 26
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.