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.2 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.No comments
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.No comments
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
The Pier 26 rendering is a concept from a number of years ago. Design parameters for the pier are wide... — Mr. Burns / In the News: McNally Jackson Is Opening a Seaport Bookshop
A longtime fountain pen user, I've been a local patron since moving to Tribeca in 2006. Terry & Steve have... — John / Spotlight: Fountain Pen Hospital
If you are interested in a discounted gift certificate for private lessons at Real Pilates please send an email to... — Daniel Ubetz / In the News: Real Pilates Is Opening in Soho
news from home is on youtube https://youtu.be/cgx2bxJANxc — josh / Seen & Heard: Has Man of the World Ditched Its Tribeca Plan?
Dinkins?!?! I guess even incompetence has its rewards. — Makes you go "hmmm..." / In the News: McNally Jackson Is Opening a Seaport Bookshop
demo — demo / Seen & Heard: Has Man of the World Ditched Its Tribeca Plan?
they ditched the space two months ago. — tribeca / Seen & Heard: Has Man of the World Ditched Its Tribeca Plan?
“Just wondering if you have any idea what the set-up on Pier 26 is for? It’s the most enormous one I’ve seen there—must be some corporate event but I can’t find any information about it.”—E.4 comments
The creator of the new TV show, “Public Morals”—premiering tonight at 10 p.m. on TNT—shares his favorite restaurants, what he’d change about Tribeca, where he works out, the joy of Whoopee Cushions, and more.10 comments
Plus: Hudson Street condo residents get the go-ahead to sue sponsors; new director named for Battery Park City Parks Conservancy; Hudson River Park’s Blues BBQ is this weekend.No comments