Plus: Closing sale at Walker Supply Corp.; the new flood barriers at subway stations; 70 Vestry sales office; Hudson River Park obstacle course. / 4 comments
As a result of a legal settlement, the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation had $50 million to hand out to various downtown organizations and projects. And the winners are.... / 2 comments
Plus: Chipotle looks very close to opening; a better look at the Pier 17 structure; yet another WeWork opening in the area; the disintegration of a ballerina; Farinella keeps expanding uptown. / 3 comments
Also on Community Board 1’s March agendas: "Seasonal pop-up bar" at Brookfield Place; possible party boat docking at Pier 25; 18 event requests; "daredevil" trespassers; Finn Square's next sculpture; Lower Manhattan bike lane proposal; Hubert Street mansion.
Love love love this! Have taken door shots in many cities, have never even thought to do in my own... — Trianglebrooke / The Doors of Tribeca
Just happy Raccoon found a home still in the neighborhood. Love that place. — OS / A New Home for Raccoon Lodge
god bless him. — j / Spotlight: Church Street Surplus
So you guys want to ban raccoon lodge for what? Another Midwest chain where 75% of you douchebags are from?... — Come on / A New Home for Raccoon Lodge
Me neither! We need to band together to block this move, the way Buddha Bar just got blocked on Thomas.... — MC / A New Home for Raccoon Lodge
Definitely not happy Raccoon Lodge will be on the block. — Makes you go "hmmm..." / A New Home for Raccoon Lodge
The problem with this mayor is chronic and we have only touched the surface...! I moved to the city in... — Marc / In the News: Tribeca Deal Lands Mayor in Hot Water
Plus: The menu and a rendering for City Vineyard at Pier 26; Chambers and Hudson in the late 19th century; fitness instructor Taryn Toomey on how to cope with fashion week. / 8 comments
Discussed at last night's meeting: An update on the crane accident and what might be done differently; Bogardus Plaza progress report; work to start soon on City Vineyard, the restaurant at Pier 26; M1-5 and its neighbors' frustration; Citigroup plaza changes; Spring Studios lighting; Tribeca Family Festival; Transportation Alternatives event.
Plus: Video of the crane from the day before the accident; TD Bank branch closed; updates on Hudson River Park security and signage; Bowling Green is getting renamed; "Limitless" is back again. / 8 comments