Plus: Interior renderings of 70 Vestry; Corlandt Street subway station forecast; elevator accident; Governors Island events; is Trump Soho one reason Donald Trump won't release his tax returns? / 3 comments
Plus: Fergie is headlining the gay pride dance; the best birthday party idea for DIY kids; Spring Studios marketing itself as event venue; ferry companies' relationships with those questionable ticket sellers at the Battery.
Discussed at last night's meeting: An update on the crane accident and what might be done differently; Bogardus Plaza progress report; work to start soon on City Vineyard, the restaurant at Pier 26; M1-5 and its neighbors' frustration; Citigroup plaza changes; Spring Studios lighting; Tribeca Family Festival; Transportation Alternatives event.
And the last thing we need is another Japanese restaurant. — Janet / Another Japanese Restaurant on Leonard?
Disaster. 69 Leonard is the most Ill Managed building. When it was gallery 69 the noise and garbage level infected... — Southpaw / Another Japanese Restaurant on Leonard?
Looks like fancy booze in the photo. — Andrea / In the News: The Private Club Inside Spring Studios
Absolutely correct. The landlords discard residents and customers without a thought or a feeling. — Saroyan / Seen & Heard: Gee Whiz’s Downsizing Is Bigger Than We Thought
https://www.instagram.com/p/BF1-LhLGTu-/?taken-by=robertripps — Robert Ripps / English as a Fecund Language
Further, this old article (http://www.wellandgood.com/good-advice/tribeca-is-about-to-get-its-first-bikram-yoga-studio/) says "the 3,000-square-foot space, which is on 158 Duane Street between West Broadway and Hudson,"... — James / A New Yoga Studio on Duane
Duh! To keep your personal, gold plated coffee mug, of course, along with your silver spoon. — KP / In the News: The Private Club Inside Spring Studios
I figured that one day Spring would let me come in and take pictures—I really went to bat for the place—but whatever, the architect's photos are better than I could take, anyway. / 2 comments
Plus: The Independent art fair is moving to Tribeca; real estate firm confirms new Broadway office; longtime P.S. 234 teacher retiring; grants for Lower Manhattan projects; two ships to visit Seaport. / 4 comments