Plus: Phone snatched through restaurant window; new restaurants Le Coucou and Chikarashi; ticket vendors forced out of the Battery are now plaguing nearby streets. / 2 comments
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.
NY Magazine - "Rock Shrimp and Star Power: Drew Nieporent on the Earliest Days of Nobu" http://www.grubstreet.com/2017/03/drew-nieporent-nobu-closing.html — James / Seen & Heard: Nobu’s Final Night in Tribeca
Erik: Important article. You do very helpful reporting for all in the neighborhood. It would be great if you/other media... — Jj / Teens Are Terrorizing Battery Park City
Love these Photos Erik... I've lived in this hood for 41 years. You make seem like its never changed. Thanks!... — tommy flynn / Ode to Canal Street
There are a lot of good points raised here which seem to be ignored elsewhere. Fearless girl is a pretty... — Rohin / In the News: Citigroup’s Renovation Is a Year Behind Schedule
Erik, Love the Chanel reference in an architectural context! :) Design is not too bad but agree that the grey... — Rohin / Seen & Heard: The New Restaurant in Truffles Tribeca
Tribeca's Most Wanted???? hahahahahahaha first world problems. — AndyC / Teens Are Terrorizing Battery Park City
These remind me of Roy Colmer's "Doors, NYC" from 1976, which you wrote about a couple of years ago. Here's... — James / Ode to Canal Street
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
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