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 looked at one of the lofts in that building in 2007/8. Price was surprisingly "reasonable" considering water views, sunsets... — M / New Building Report Card: 290 West
Fine line between news and stalking. I think in the Wichs funeral situation you are absolutely correct. Enough to deal... — Rohin / Twitter? I Hardly Know Her!
Jim "Bigmouth Jerk" Smithers vs. A "I'm not the Big Meanie who started it!" Blankety-Blank the funniest rumble in the... — Kristopher / Seen & Heard: New Opening Forecast for Best Market
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Indeed. And it's a very interesting story of how the deal came to be: http://tribecacitizen.com/2015/04/30/in-the-news-the-first-express-starbucks/ — Erik Torkells / Seen & Heard: New Opening Forecast for Best Market
Yes, no problem, Erik. I know when I have been defeated. I am going to pick me up some humble... — Jim Smithers / Seen & Heard: New Opening Forecast for Best Market
Speaking of supermarkets … FWIW, I heard that Brooklyn Fare is planning to open their newest store in The Archive... — KP / Seen & Heard: New Opening Forecast for Best Market
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."