"We wanted it to be open, bright, clean, and contemporary," said Reade Street Prep founder Ilysa Winick. And fun, I'd add—with what might be the cutest kids' restroom stalls ever. Plus: An Exerblast element. / 2 comments
Plus: Fiddling with W. Broadway traffic light; Shensai Parsi New Year dinner; 376 Broadway mystery; Hotel Particulier event.
Plus: Shinola opening date; 56 Walker on the market as single-family residence; price hike at 56 Leonard penthouse; eXerBlast lives on at Reade Street Prep; Smyth hearing postponed.
That's what people are saying. Plus: Kids' activity ExerBlast said to be moving; presale tickets for the Fun. concert on Pier 26; Bubby's waiter; 1 York sale. / 2 comments
It will be hell. I live at 80 Chambers and the Chambers Street construction on the block between Church and... — Barbara Spitzer / CB1 Tribeca Committee: The Unofficial Minutes (January 2017)
Kaufman is a hack, and the only thing approaching a design that surpasses his airport hotel look is the Viceroy.... — mruptight / Huge New Tower Across from City Hall Park
Why not K-mart, the store of the stars? — Marcus / We’re Getting a 66,000-Square-Foot Marshalls Store
Marshall's must have done its research. — Manhattanmommie / We’re Getting a 66,000-Square-Foot Marshalls Store
Marshall's is quite the luxury amenity for the upstairs condominium owners. — James / We’re Getting a 66,000-Square-Foot Marshalls Store
They're nuts - Century 21 is a competition-eating black hole for clothes retail. If the commercial rent allowed it, something... — jfrankp / We’re Getting a 66,000-Square-Foot Marshalls Store
Marshall's will never survive. Target I get - Marshall's never. How about another grocery store somewhere !!!! — Brad. / We’re Getting a 66,000-Square-Foot Marshalls Store
And the winners are.... Plus: Donald Antrim short story; ship returns to Seaport; Yankee Clipper [still] closed. / 2 comments
Plus: Shake Shack "C-line"; White & Church; Dis Respectacles; Stuart Elster's drawings; sports bar; ExerBlast deal; Tribeca Furniture Outlet. / 2 comments
When you enter the new family-fitness facility ExerBlast, you're journeying to the planet Botania, where the local plant people need your help. "Rather than controlling Mario, you are Mario," explains co-founder and chief fun officer Kate Gyllenhaal. / 8 comments
Plus: New pediatrics office; SoulCycle gets hitched; eXerBlast opening date; Sixpoint comes to Tribeca; Fulton Stall Market lineup of vendors; free concerts.