Plus: J. Crew's Mickey Drexler chops loft price by $15 million; Jacques Torres opening a chocolate museum at his store; graphic designer Rodrigo Corral; Tamarind's no-kids-under-eight policy; school tax proposed on real estate developments.
Plus: Where By Chloe and Scotch & Soda will be in the Seaport; woman dragged by would-be bag-snatcher; Governors Island wants to create a plaza in front of the Battery Maritime Building; man slashed on subway.
The word from FiDi Fan Page is that restaurateur Danny Meyer is close to signing on for a restaurant high up in 28 Liberty—to go along with the event space he has already agreed to run elsewhere in the building.
Plus: A thorough explanation of the new FiDi school; must-read article on W. Broadway history; "Luminaries" installation extended; Flinders Lane opening forecast; Danny Meyer in talks to run FiDi event space; pick-up service for unwanted clothing. / 4 comments
Nope. — Erik Torkells / Where in Tribeca…?
In front of 90 Reade St? — James / Where in Tribeca…?
Mike, let me say this one last time, I have not personally been involved, this letter was circulated to me,... — Alan / Teens Are Terrorizing Battery Park City
Alan, have you ever called the police during these incidents? That seems like a prudent course of action. Or how... — Mike / Teens Are Terrorizing Battery Park City
No.... (And anyway there are two buildings that could be considered "the AT&T Building.") — Erik Torkells / Where in Tribeca…?
In front of the A T & T building? — Andrea / Where in Tribeca…?
Agreed Alan. It's not a joke. — B / Teens Are Terrorizing Battery Park City
Plus: Bikram Yoga NYC details; 443 Greenwich interior renderings; Le Restaurant chef Ryan Tate's new gig; CFDA pop-up at the World Trade Center; the 9/11 Memorial plaza hours; Soho bar.
Plus: Theory at Brookfield Place; artist Jane Dickson; no Danny Meyer at Pier 26; the National Archives; Bavaria Beerhaus to open in FiDi; BMCC renews at Greenwich location.
Plus: Michelin Bib Gourmand awards; 1 World Trade Center observation deck contenders; school shortage; statue finds home; hospital fined.