Plus: Modern topper proposed for landmark Peck Slip building; TD Bank opening on Broadway; 50 Varick lawsuit.
Plus: A bright yellow paint job; Dylan Prime demo; 3-Legged Dog schedule; history of the Harrison restaurant space; artist Naima Rauam; West Street closures. / 5 comments
Plus: Spring Studios building flipped; city takes over Seaport Museum; historic ship needs grant; another FiDi conversion?; Merchants Hospitality has a bunch of new restaurants.
The folks from Spring Studios New York invited me to see the under-construction facility at 50 Varick from the inside (and on the roof). Given the proposed stipulations on the number and size of events, I'm even less sure what the opposition could be at this point. / 5 comments
Agreed. Had me laughing. — M / Seen & Heard: New Opening Forecast for Best Market
Thanks, Tribeca Citizen, for getting the word out about Taste of Tribeca! We have another great year of food, drinks... — Kim Thorson / Seen & Heard: We’re Getting Another New Salon
Just another horrible day in our quaint Tribeca neighborhood. We have been watching the whole tragedy on our block and... — Lynn Rogoff / A Huge Crane Collapsed on Worth Street
Fingers crossed when Best Market opens George is part of the crew! — TribecaMom / Seen & Heard: Cornerstone Grill Will Reopen Today
Did anyone take pictures when they put those granite pavers down? There must be a problem with the roadbed for... — Daniel / Seen & Heard: Beware the Varick Street Bike Path
Oh yeah! — Sheila / Seen & Heard: New Opening Forecast for Best Market
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
Plus: Capsouto Frères; Thai in FiDi; new school on Wall Street; ad agency expands on Broadway.
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. / 5 comments
Plus: Italian restaurant taking the Il Mattone space; Tulips on sale; Emigrant Savings Bank rentals; Community Board 1 agenda revision. / 1 comment
Also on Community Board 1's January agendas: a 15-year-old restaurant appears to be closing; Tribeca is getting another Mexican restaurant; a new bar/restaurant on Franklin Street; a new fitness facility on Church; and more.