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
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.
not to beat a dead horse, but I am in love with the building now that that the construction netting... — John / We Need to Talk About 56 Leonard
White Street b/w Broadway and Cortland Alley (side across from Harley Davidson) has been converted to NYPD and Health Department... — TribecaMom / Seen & Heard: Opening Date for the Bennett Bar
Great post! I love this section in Vanity Fair too. — John / A Dozen New Enthusiasms
The two big exceptions in the Report were FiDi up 32% and Flatiron up 17%. — Luis Vazquez (FiDi Fan Page) / In the News: Moving Day at the Ladder 8 Firehouse
It is specious to argue in effect that one should not mar the views of Tribeca loft building rooftops when... — James / Seen & Heard: Opening Date for the Bennett Bar
Even bricks would have been better than the "dinosaur bones" comprising the facade of 325 West Broadway! — James / In the News: Tracy Anderson’s Studio Is Moving
Ah, real estate speaks! Yes, the rooftops may in themselves be unremarkable but a glass box balconied extravaganza (crowned by... — George Bacon / Seen & Heard: Opening Date for the Bennett Bar
Plus: Franklin Place to be closed; new building at 84 White; Subway moving.