Plus: Tacky finance party; Condé Nast’s move-in date; first review for Denny’s; VFiles store expands; Underground Railroad trail; NYSE moving some of its operations?Comments (1)
Plus: Likely site of the second area Juice Press; Jeff Zimmerman at R 20th Century; famous chef added to the Friends of Hudson River Park’s board; China Blue on OpenTable.Comments (0)
Plus: Groovy old signage; photographer show at new New York Film Academy; Pen Parentis lineup; Hudson River Park benefit.Comments (11)
Plus: Penthouse doubles in value in three years; ferry honking annoying Battery Park City residents; elderly BPC folks’ mortgage troubles; inside the Corbin Building.Comments (2)
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Developer Douglas Durst, a longtime proponent of the Neighborhood Improvement District plan, has withdrawn his support—in part because the sale of air rights along West Street will likely mean compromised views and a corresponding decrease in home values.Comments (3)
A report from L. (thanks again!) on the debate around three hot-button topics: the Hudson River Park’s proposed tax, the fashion/photo complex at 50 Varick, and the Mexican restaurant hoping to open at 39 N. Moore.Comments (5)
A. J. Pietrantone, executive director of Friends of Hudson River Park, responds to yesterday’s Open Letter post in opposition to the Neighborhood Improvement District and the corresponding tax.Comments (36)