"Hello Tribeca!" tweeted chef Bill Telepan yesterday. "This is happening." / 2 comments
...are in the works at Telepan Local. Plus: Leonardo DiCaprio said to be penthouse shopping again; NBA's Paul Pierce rents on Franklin; Flywheel progress report; Seaport's Paris Café reopens today; gossips Rush & Molloy; Pier 17 groundbreaking; Freelancers Union hive. / 2 comments
Know anything? Plus: Construction finally set to start at vacant lot on Chambers; Telepan signs a lease; Five Boro Bike Tour; another Radio Shack bites the dust; DeRose Method Tribeca event. / 2 comments
Re: Landmarks law, I think forcing a government entity to do their job instead of procrastinate and endlessly debate is... — Matt / In the News: $75 Million Donation for the WTC Performing Arts Center
That was fast! There were three skateboarders there this afternoon, using the main ramp from the top already. When I... — Hudson River / First Look at Liberty Park
I think we have enough places in the area for kids to play in. It's nice to have some places... — lowphat / First Look at Liberty Park
Your mother must have forgotten to give you the Ritalin this morning. — lowphat / First Look at Liberty Park
60 White is nice while 56 Leonard is hideous. I think the landlord plans to kick out the other tenants... — Cookie Milk / Seen & Heard: 60 White in All Its Glory
It most definitely is a skateboarder's magnet. I wouldn't put Giuliani's name on anything considering he didn't safeguard the city... — Cookie Milk / First Look at Liberty Park
Can't wait for them to be finished. The area near White and Broadway is taken over by construction materials. — TribecaMom / Seen & Heard: 60 White in All Its Glory
Plus: Chef Bill Telepan on his Tribeca plans; Park51 developer buys more real estate; chicken eviction.
Here’s a rundown of the restaurants, shops, and more we can expect to open in the next year or so—with many new updates on exactly when they might debut. If you want to be in the know, this is a post worth studying.
Plus: New Montessori preschool; police blotter; interviews with chef Bill Telepan, Tribeca Grill's outgoing sommelier, and Tribeca Canvas's designer; Adidas rents showroom space in Hudson Square; Super Linda review.
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.