Plus: The New York Dolls reopening party; what to expect at the "Experience Mars" event; why the Broadway bus bulb remains unfinished; show of 1970s art at Hal Bromm Gallery; looking down on Barclay Tower. / 2 comments
Plus: Salt Shed photos, signage, and noise report; snow wave; wooden walkway at Hudson River Park; Franklin Place façade. / 1 comment
Plus: Checking in on the Franklin Place condo; Haus giving up its windows for advertising; the new drugstore is a Duane Reade and a Walgreens; "The Affair" can't quit us; where are these Tribecans now? / 1 comment
Giving a whole new twist to their old slogan "The City never sleeps.. Citibank!" — Rohin / Seen & Heard: Activity in the Former NYSC Space
Grow up tjis is what we do in NYC . GET OVER IT — Dizzy / Holland Tunnel Traffic Impacts
I am all for a wide variety of inhabitants of the neighborhood. However, why post this concern on this article... — Marcus / A New Café on Reade
The honking is out of control in this city. Typical scenario: Light turns green, as does parallel pedestrian walk sign.... — Marcus / Holland Tunnel Traffic Impacts
The Citi project has been really rough on the neighbors. They have bright fluorescent lights blazing 24 hours a day;... — Meg / Seen & Heard: Activity in the Former NYSC Space
It's easy to get jaded living in this city, but come on.. let it go. The woman seems to be... — Jeff / Seen & Heard: Kittens Rescued from Loading Dock
Pup Culture is the BEST!! they have been taking such good care of my dog Rusty for 10 years. — Madeline Lanciani / Doggy Daycare Opening in Northwest Tribeca
Plus: Half of New Amsterdam Market's board resigned; affordable housing initiatives; 9/11 spreadsheet rediscovered; Seaport ship update; R train tunnel may reopen early; cyclist hit-and-run; Jane Pratt. / 2 comments
Eight conversions are currently underway, bringing nearly 500 new residential units to the six-block stretch between Canal and Worth—and that doesn't even include the site that's rumored to be making way for a 14-story condo. / 3 comments
After the roundup of new buildings, it made sense to look at the many buildings being converted into condos. The total number of units from these conversions? Around 350.
Plus: Franklin Place to be closed; new building at 84 White; Subway moving.