Plus: Livly kids’ boutique looks ready to open any minute; new Greenwich Street building semi-revealed; Valley sale; Classic Car Club appears to be moving; checking in on the huge new rental building on Hudson; Torly Kid candy drive.
There’s fun for all ages: trick-or-treating, a parade, free pumpkins, musical performances, a jack-o’-lantern contest, “kooky karaoke,” a boat cruise, and even a costume catwalk. Plus: How to donate extra candy.
Plus: New Warren Street building getting unveiled; old-school artist loft for sale; alternative processes exhibit at Soho Photo; Zineb Sedira show at Taymour Grahne; checking in on 111 Murray construction.3 comments
Plus: Harley-Davidson of NYC’s use of a public plaza; Carini Lang’s annual sale; Torly Kid coat drive; another idea for the Four Seasons restaurant; artists to catalog workers at Brookfield Place.
We are devastated they're closing. Hands On has been such a highlight of my son's early years, and there's nothing... — Margaret / Another Rent Casualty
Thanks. You gave me some good ideas for Christmas gifts. — Huck's Mom / A Dozen New Enthusiasms
The tenant cannot pay super high rents as the traffic does not warrant the rates being charged. This type of... — PerryR / Another Rent Casualty
Self-service ordering kiosks are the logical consequence of the push for a higher minimum wage. McDonald's corporate is on record... — Makes you go "hmmm..." / Seen & Heard: The Bike Path Outside Brookfield Place Is Open
We miss petite abeille so much!! It was our go to brunch spot. Haven't found a replacement for their waffles... — Diana / New Kid on the Block: The Bennett
Pre Food Emporium: Morgan's Market -- which was really an excellent butcher shop with benefits, Petrosino's fish store on Duane... — George Bacon / Seen & Heard: The Food Emporium Deal Is Done
They also opened the bike path in The Battery yesterday. — Eric / Seen & Heard: The Bike Path Outside Brookfield Place Is Open
Plus: An attempt to deal with traffic congestion; F-18 flyover today; more Shake Shack signage; kids’ sidewalk chalk contest; sample sale at Colony; Lot 77 appears to be turning into more of a bar; fashion show prep.2 comments
Plus: More cops making that illegal right turn; Protesting the closing of Tribeca Pizzeria; romantic comedy shoot; know an organization that needs children books?4 comments
Plus: N. Moore is getting repaved; Hudson Street reconstruction; Da Claudio’s salumeria expands its offerings; Sole di Capri gets modern; the Butterfly gives up on weekday lunch; tween party.