Plus: Falafellas opening in FiDi; Cloud Gallery is open; photography exhibit at Steve Amedee Gallery; agenda additions for Community Board 1 Seaport Committee.2 comments
Plus: Is the American Apparel store on the ropes?; Pookie & Sebastian signage; paying homage to a lost jazz shrine; earmarking donations to the Tribeca section of Hudson River Park.No comments
Plus: Hudson River Park benefit; Greenmarket update; Brooklyn Bridge closure; bulb-planting party at Washington Market Park.1 comment
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?1 comment
It seems that there has been no work at 1 White Street for a few months already. — James / In the News: ChaiseFitness Opens in FiDi
Rag & Bone would qualify as high end retail. — James / Is Rag & Bone Opening in Tribeca?
While living in Canada and way back before I even knew what Tribeca was, I sent a Waterman Pen to... — Andrea / Spotlight: Fountain Pen Hospital
Sadly, we'll probably loose the spine of Belgian block up the middle of the street - it's unique. — Andrea / Vestry Street Is Getting Torn Up Next
This would be the best new addition to TriBeCa since Gourmet Garage. — HH / Is Rag & Bone Opening in Tribeca?
Rag and bone men's and women's — TriBeCa / Seen & Heard: Tenoverten Is Opening a FiDi Salon
They are kaput — TriBeCa / In the News: ChaiseFitness Opens in FiDi
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 off
Plus: Groovy old signage; photographer show at new New York Film Academy; Pen Parentis lineup; Hudson River Park benefit.11 comments
Plus: Penthouse doubles in value in three years; ferry honking annoying Battery Park City residents; elderly BPC folks’ mortgage troubles; inside the Corbin Building.2 comments
Developer Douglas Durst, a longtime proponent of the Neighborhood Improvement District plan, has withdrawn his support—in part because the sale of air rights along West Street will likely mean compromised views and a corresponding decrease in home values.3 comments