Plus: Pier 17 approved by LPC; Ritz-Carlton residents fear change; 100 Barclay retail; West Thames Park turf delayed; Liberty Street Bridge completion date; hotel guests steal other guests’ bags; big box stores in the Seaport?3 comments
Part of the building across the way will be torn down in order to make way for “low-income, moderate-income, and senior housing” and market-rate real estate.7 comments
Deirdre Carroll reports on this month’s CB1 Tribeca meeting: Neighbors rallying against the Harley-Davidson dealership’s use of a public plaza; Bar Cyrk’s expansion and late-night hours; Tribeca Tap House complaints; the Vestry reconstruction; and more.5 comments
Plus: Possible pop-up shop on Duane; fresh orange juice at Whole Foods; Manhattan Youth wants in on the LMDC windfall, too; the increasingly annoying Harley-Davidson plaza on Broadway.7 comments
56L is historic and groundbreaking and stunning. We are so lucky we will get to enjoy it soon. The structure... — architect / Seen & Heard: The Battery Bike Path Is Also Open
It'll be fun making a hobby out of sabotaging The Ride. — j frank / In the News: Tour Bus Overload
The first day the line went across the plaza all the way to Beaubourg. Tonight it went in the other... — Hudson River / Seen & Heard: Fire on Worth Street
I haven't yet been to the Museum of Feelings but I did see an awfully long line to get in... — Luis Vazquez (FiDi Fan Page) / Seen & Heard: Fire on Worth Street
I have the exact same feeling about these signs. I really used to love the vibe on those streets and... — hst / A FiDi Time Capsule
Wongs Custom Tailors is already gone; replaced by the very tasty Num Pang. — Luis Vazquez (FiDi Fan Page) / A FiDi Time Capsule
South side of Canal, east of West Broadway — James / Where in Tribeca…?
Plus: Downtown landmark to be renamed after David Dinkins; Jay McInerney’s new book is set in Tribeca; where the $50 million LMDC windfall might go; Battery Park City Police Memorial to get fixed; Pier 26 rendering.4 comments
Plus: Fashion hootenanny this weekend at Brookfield Place; public meeting about what to do with Pier 26; TriBeCa Native benefit book launch; appearances by Jason Segel, Colum McCann, and Yotam Ottolenghi.
Plus: The Hermès fragrance store opens Wednesday (and it’s the reason for the flowers); Hudson River Park sculptures to get vines; “Cinema” signage at the Roxy; Brookfield Place smiley faces; Pen Parentis horror salon.
Discussed: High-end sushi on Franklin Street; Maman’s Tribeca outpost; White Street’s proposed sidewalk café; Tara of Tribeca on Warren; renaming the southernmost block of Sixth Avenue; the restaurant taking the Dean’s space; more.2 comments