Plus: Baked got its cake pole; progress at 11 N. Moore; new location for Kim’s Cleaners; Desbrosses ghost sign; Duane Street storefront renovation; Spring Street Salt Shed; Canal landmark improvement.Comments (0)
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Plus: Spa on N. Moore confirmed; supertall skyscraper on the horizon; sit in the Battery Park chair contest finalists; La Colombe barista’s wellness practice; this year’s Downtown Dance Festival; souvenir shop closing.Comments (3)
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A rundown of the restaurants, shops, fitness studios, and more expected to open in greater Tribeca—with new updates on Gourmet Garage, Parm, Añejo, Dojo Tribeca, Juice Press, and more.Comments (4)
She’s moving her interior-design practice to the Meatpacking District. Until the end of May, you’ll find “amazing sales and a fond farewell.”Comments Off
Who bought where, from whom—and for how much.Comments Off