A lot of news from the past week, including the Fearless Girl statue; Cipriani's new Seaport hotel; Pier 17 update; bike lanes near City Hall Park; sneaker theft; weird metaphor for breasts; and much more. / 9 comments
Plus: Opening date for the Saks Men's Store; the transformer that clogged up W. Broadway on Saturday; checking in on Pier 17; the 19-story building under construction on Broadway; "Power" TV shoot. / 3 comments
Nope. — Erik Torkells / Where in Tribeca…?
In front of 90 Reade St? — James / Where in Tribeca…?
Mike, let me say this one last time, I have not personally been involved, this letter was circulated to me,... — Alan / Teens Are Terrorizing Battery Park City
Alan, have you ever called the police during these incidents? That seems like a prudent course of action. Or how... — Mike / Teens Are Terrorizing Battery Park City
No.... (And anyway there are two buildings that could be considered "the AT&T Building.") — Erik Torkells / Where in Tribeca…?
In front of the A T & T building? — Andrea / Where in Tribeca…?
Agreed Alan. It's not a joke. — B / Teens Are Terrorizing Battery Park City
Plus: Where By Chloe and Scotch & Soda will be in the Seaport; woman dragged by would-be bag-snatcher; Governors Island wants to create a plaza in front of the Battery Maritime Building; man slashed on subway.
There has been a lot of depressing news lately, and we likely haven't heard the last of it, so let's focus on the positive (for one post, anyway). Here are 11 things to look forward to in Lower Manhattan in coming months. / 4 comments
The fancy new movie theater in the Seaport gets a thumbs-up for the seats. It'll earn another thumb if the movies become more interesting. / 6 comments
Plus: Keith McNally on Augustine and the New York restaurant scene in general; the home/showroom of a "professional bon vivant"; signage for Sandy's high-water mark; teen robbed and beaten; Le Coucou review; school overcrowding in the forecast.