The 12,000-square-foot river research center will be overseen by Clarkson University, and a cargo sloop will likely be docking there.Comments (1)
Plus: Check-cashing joint appears closed; Franklin restaurant dormant; Pier 26 restaurant; 290 West windows; 460 Washington from the west; holiday toy drive; another Wolfgang’s Steakhouse.Comments (2)
Plus: Hudson River Park benefit; Greenmarket update; Brooklyn Bridge closure; bulb-planting party at Washington Market Park.Comments (1)
Plus: W. Broadway renovation revealed; Beekman condos getting glassed; Cortlandt Alley condo progress; Hudson River Park event for kids; Sukkot block party; Grand Banks drawing.Comments (0)
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Plus: Joan Rivers documentary screening; new blog about local kids’ sports; Moomah the magazine and book; another Tribeca Task Force pamphlet; waterway festival; Holland Tunnel public spaces; Halloween pop-up; WTC sidewalk construction.Comments (1)
Plus: Denny’s opens Friday; Property will have vintage clothing; wallets stolen at Pier 25; Raccoon Lodge patron goes aggro, bites police officer.Comments (4)
A.k.a. the “French Eataly.” Plus: Nike Court sign-ups; what’s coming to the Jerry’s Café space?; beach tennis tournament; Floating Library at the Lilac; Gregory’s Coffee opening on Hudson; 354 Broadway roof construction; Franklin Street topper.Comments (0)