Plus: Peeking over the fence at 460 Washington; another glimpse of the Canal Street landmark reno; the Tribeca Ball; AOA Express has closed.Comments (0)
Plus: Lunch delivery at Mulberry & Vine; “luxurious waxing for everyone”; more on the Cosmopolitan Café.Comments (0)
Also on January’s Community Board 1 agendas: Remix cabaret license; new art for Tribeca Park; substance abuse program moving to just off Battery Park; rats; 66 Leonard restaurant; more.Comments (5)
Plus: Construction underway at Baked; wild mushrooms; Fulton Center subway access; Martha Erlebacher exhibit.Comments Off
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Everything will be in one building. Plus: 84 White revealed; P.S. 150 petition; Mimi’s Café has closed; Duane Park/Bogardus Plaza kids’ event; Edible Arrangements; art exhibit; Dylan Prime reclaimed; art sale in support of the Bridge Café.Comments (1)
A handful of local groups are mulling the idea of banning cars from the block of W. Broadway between Franklin and Leonard—the one flanked by the Con Ed substation—and merging it into Finn Square.Comments (10)