Plus: The dangerous situation at Washington and Watts; more painted asphalt on Franklin Street; Vivi Bubble Tea has opened; another Broadway store for rent; makeup inspired by Jean-Michel Basquiat. / 16 comments
Plans have finally been filed to double the size of a five-story building. That makes five projects in the works on a three-block stretch—along with three others completed on Washington in recent years. / 1 comment
Plus: Cars driving on the sidewalk to get around barricades; professional portrait sessions at Cos Bar; Pearl River Mart's signage; hachiya persimmons. / 15 comments
Plus: F-18 Super Hornet flyover today; checking in on Greenwich Street hotel; a chance to see the 67th floor of 4 World Trade Center; new parking garage; Canali Club definitely not coming back; TC shirts. / 2 comments
Jennifer Connelley was at juice press on Greenwich yesterday — Tribeca Mama / Welcome to TweeBeCa: Special Celebrity Edition!
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Is the big new building in northwest Tribeca better than what preceded it? Does it resemble the rendering at all? Does it add to the neighborhood or detract from it? / 6 comments
Plus: Best Made goes to Brazil; acting school on Leonard; the annual Tribeca Open Artist Studio Tour; "Law & Order: SVU" is back again; PS Fabrics closing sale; the entrance to the new building at Washington and Desbrosses. / 2 comments
Plus: Using 460 Washington to explain the 421-a tax abatement; Howard Hughes's new Seaport District plan (also, it bought the Peck Slip Best Western); Trinity Church ticked off an artist by moving his sculpture; Rector bridge elevator semi-fixed; shoplifters steal gum, threaten stabbing; Woolworth Building in Harry Potter spin-off. / 6 comments