A “home for the brand,” the new Nexxus salon on N. Moore is also serious about being a fully functioning, top-of-the-line facility.No comments
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.No comments
Plus: Improvements at Ichimura at Brushstroke; new at the Tribeca Greenmarket; what’s going at 48 Warren; construction at 30 Park Place.No comments
or Smithers-Wins-All-of-the-time! RIP Ripps. — Jim Smithers / Where in Tribeca…?
Church Street in front of the sushi-art gallery. SWA! — Jim Smithers / Where in Tribeca…?
there's a pine forest on the roof of whole foods. that's just bizarre. — josh / In the News: Is Whole Foods Killing the Forest at 101 Warren?
All's fair in love and Where. Besides, it's there now. — Erik Torkells / Where in Tribeca…?
Now you're just showing off. — KP / Where in Tribeca…?
Is this really fair because sometimes it's there and sometimes not? — Jim Smithers / Where in Tribeca…?
rather than the Siller organization. — TribecaMom / Seen & Heard: The Roxy’s New Jazz Club Is Open
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.3 comments
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.4 comments
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