Plus: Sneak peek of Postmasters gallery; another clue that a block of northwest Tribeca is coming down; Gigino closed for a bit of construction; checking in on American Cut and Sweetgreen; Flor de Sol space; Dylan Prime.Comments (27)
Plus: A clue about the Flor de Sol space; Macy Gray; 250 West’s $42 million penthouse; Aamanns-Copenhagen outdoor seating; dairy visit; Dig Inn; a soothing tea.Comments (1)
Plus: Jem Fabric Warehouse’s closing sale; something happening at the old Flor de Sol space?; subway entrance; TriBattery Pops; a wine tip.Comments (0)
Plus: Verizon nearly done with post-Sandy improvements; Tribeca Film Festival; 137 Franklin progress; kudos to Clementine; “The Pathos of Things” at Carriage Trade. UPDATE: Flor de Sol is reopening AboCa.Comments Off
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What was discussed: Pier 26 concerts (including a third one by Fun.), the Tribeca Family Festival, sidewalk-café licenses, and more.Comments (2)
Also on Community Board 1′s January agendas: New restaurant/bar on W. Broadway; Asphalt Green report; Pier 26 update; the demo of the building next to the old American Stock Exchange; susheria that once had barfing patrons; Remix/Quest; a gazillion street events.Comments Off
Details (including sample menus and floor plans) on Bill Telepan’s restaurant, a chocolate-themed restaurant on Franklin, the pan-Latin place coming to Church, a new restaurant on Murray, and Centrico’s and Flor de Sol’s replacements.Comments Off
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.Comments Off