And what’s replacing it is… well… unlikely to rile the neighbors. Is Tribeca really becoming the downtown Upper West Side? (Note: Cristina is planning to reopen elsewhere.)Comments (9)
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A report from L. (thanks again!) on the debate around three hot-button topics: the Hudson River Park’s proposed tax, the fashion/photo complex at 50 Varick, and the Mexican restaurant hoping to open at 39 N. Moore.Comments (5)
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The proprietors behind the high-end Mexican restaurant considering 39 N. Moore have decided to move forward with their plans. They’ll go before Community Board 1′s Tribeca Committee on Wednesday night.Comments Off
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Plus: The Drama League’s new facility; FiDi Potbelly reopened; Mexican chef semi-confirms a new restaurant; Hudson Square rezoning; South Ferry subway station.Comments Off