Plus: Where the "Sphere" might end up; Hudson Square rezoning process begins; Jungsik on Deathwatch; kosher restaurant in Soho; Thom Browne goes Grey; 93 Worth rendering. / 1 comment
Plus: School rezoning complaints; zombie-free Lower Manhattan; the Dominique Strauss-Kahn house drops its price; theater review; Thom Browne; 137 Duane sale.
Notable happenings around here in the next month or so….
"Who are the guys walking around every day in the ultra-skinny suits, geeky, suit pants to midcalf?” —@johnmcevoy / 1 comment
Montauk Sofa is terrific. Great items and a real flair for style. Glad to have them in the neighborhood. — Valerie / In the News: Pedestrian Struck by Falling Hammock
Sophie, You're not the only one and i'm sure that many would comment, but just don't want to put their... — Anna / Montessori School of Manhattan Is Closing Its Tribeca Campus
Mos Def! — Samantha / Seen & Heard: The Homeless Woman Outside Serafina
not necessarily. it says more about real estate speculation than it does about retail. — safe as milk / In the News: Pedestrian Struck by Falling Hammock
$4.5 million for a 4,500-square-foot retail condominium on Lispenard St seems to belie the demise of retail. — James / In the News: Pedestrian Struck by Falling Hammock
I've encountered a handful of OpenTable location quirks. The biggest of which is "Rosa Mexicano - Tribeca" which is listed... — Andrea / Seen & Heard: Bortolami Gallery Opening Date
Publix would be an interesting/fascinating development. They are fantastic, but this seems so out of character for them as a... — Jeff / In the News: Whole Foods Is a Takeover Target
Among other City Winery news. Plus: Greenmarket updates (strawberry shortcake-eating contest!); Thom Browne sale; new Wichcraft sandwiches.
Deborah Lupard, the Warburg Realty agent currently starring in HGTV's "Selling New York," on the restaurant she thinks is a best-kept secret, who she spotted loitering outside Thom Browne, and more.
Plus: Marc Forgione's pastry chef; designer Alexander Wang; writer Glenn Plaskin.
Plus: The Innocence Project takes 20K square feet in Tribeca; Vice co-founder Shane Smith; mezcal tasting; "Mad Men" visits Washington Market; 40 Gold.