The Christina Lehr shop was once a café, and soon it will be one again. / 2 comments
After a false start or two, the outpost of Jack's Stir Brew Coffee in the Roxy Hotel has opened. Well, soft-opened, but it has coffee and baked goods and lots of outdoor seating—what more do you want?
Plus: Signage is up for the new Jack's café; Añejo's downstairs lounge is getting a reboot; where fans of the Cricketers Arms should go; 10th-anniversary Tribeca Meet & Greet. / 1 comment
Hate to say it but makes perfect sense that Marshalls/TJ Maxx is opening. It's highly attractive to the abundance of... — AAA / We’re Getting a 66,000-Square-Foot Marshalls Store
thanks. i had forgotten that it was ever like this. — safe as milk / The Recollections of Jane Freeman (Part 4)
I watched the 2 story window put in place, and have envied it. I just can't imagine they went to... — mruptight / Huge New Tower Across from City Hall Park
Let us see how accessible this is. Right now the Street traffic looks like Death Valley. — PerryR / We’re Getting a 66,000-Square-Foot Marshalls Store
Commercial leases are so expensive only the big stores can afford it. Or the big banks. Or the chain restaurants.... — Janet / We’re Getting a 66,000-Square-Foot Marshalls Store
Owners with lot line windows are always at risk of losing them. Light and view are not guaranteed and anyone... — Makes you go "hmmm..." / Huge New Tower Across from City Hall Park
I know that shopping at a discount retailer is verboten in posh TriBeCa, but I'd personally love a Marshall's in... — Jen / We’re Getting a 66,000-Square-Foot Marshalls Store
It's part of a wave of change at the Roxy Hotel, and it'll have its own entrance on Sixth Avenue. / 4 comments
Plus: Free table tennis; another Ricky's store; new date for Jack's Stir Brew Coffee; cronuts at the Food Emporium.
Plus: Oren's Daily Roast debuts in FiDi; a new chief sponsor for the Tribeca Film Festival; bike shop to rent bikes monthly and annually; Tribeca rooftop drawing. / 3 comments
Plus: Seaport businesses band together; Madoff brother moves to Battery Park City; Seaport "green roof" developer sells.