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.
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
Wowee, Smithers really is amazing! How many "Where in Tribeca?s" have there been and how many has he won? He... — Jim Smithers / Where in Tribeca…?
This is awesome! Thanks for sharing! — Robbie / Footage of Tribeca in the 1970s
It's interesting how the actual letter from the parent of the boy describes 2 boys, 13 or 14 years old.... — lowphat / In the News: Loitering in Battery Park City’s Parks
Thanks for this -- and that pic of Pier 48 you linked to is amazing! (Will fix my misspelling of... — Erik Torkells / A Huge Leap Forward for Pier 26
Plus: Franklin Place to be closed; new building at 84 White; Subway moving.