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.
I sent an email to the company's press room. — Erik Torkells / Seen & Heard: The Fancy New Starbucks
any idea on where those Starbucks lounge chairs come from? — Dave / Seen & Heard: The Fancy New Starbucks
Was there any data provided at the meeting for 2015 or year-to-date 2016? I'm a relative newcomer to this part... — Wendy / In the News: Legislation to Limit Tour Buses
In other parts of Manhattan developers are being held to the mandates. I guess the question is whether this developer... — A / In the News: Phone Snatchings
Starbucks is open now. Looks a lot more upscale than the usual branch. They call it the reserve bar. — Dave / Seen & Heard: New Starbucks in Brookfield Place
It's not about "economic sense, " but rather politics. The City would seemingly rather build fewer affordable housing units and... — James / In the News: Phone Snatchings
It would be a double standard if EDC is allowed to place the affordable housing far away from the site.... — James / In the News: Phone Snatchings
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."