DDG, the developer of controversial 100 Franklin, is proceeding with its attempt to refurbish the no-man’s land between Sixth Avenue and Church (in front of the Tribeca Grand). Here are the renderings….Comments (5)
Plus: Howard Hughes to reveal revised Seaport plan tonight; P.S. 234 pop-up shop now open on Greenwich; Verizon Building conversion renderings; Telepan Local cakes; 70 Pine extended-stay hotel.Comments (0)
Plus: New York Times wine critic Eric Asimov; how to complain effectively; planting bulbs on Greenwich Street; South Street Seaport tree lighting; Cheryl Hazan show; the Hit Men in concert; “C” shoot.Comments (0)
Discussed at this month’s meeting: Variances requested by the developer of 100 Franklin; the noise and inconvenience of Church Street Tavern’s basement club; 11 Sixth Avenue atrium; karaoke bar liquor license.Comments (5)
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Plus: Two closings (gallery and jewelry shop); Brookfield Place ice rink; Megu eviction notice; Church Street Tavern brunch menu; Morsi’s name change; Gap opening forecast; “The Big Yes”; CB1 agenda change.Comments (1)
Plus: Mysterious dry-cleaning set-up; Man of the World’s rooftop plans for 1 White Street; Institute for Culinary Education details; yogurt shop definitely closed; “Slap” filming today; tiny storefront for rent; the Harrison.Comments (6)
Plus: Local hospital says it’s trained and ready for Ebola; 1 World Trade Center opening November 2, give or take a day; jewelry shop signs on at Brookfield Place.Comments (3)