Is the new building on Varick between Beach and N. Moore better than what preceded it? Does it resemble the rendering at all? Does it add to the neighborhood or detract from it? / 6 comments
Is the new building at the corner of West and Canal better than what preceded it? Does it resemble the rendering at all? Does it add to the neighborhood or detract from it? / 25 comments
You know how you can't keep track of all the new buildings sprouting up? I walked and Citi Biked around the neighborhood so we'd have an up-to-date sense of what's happening where—shamelessly peeping through holes when necessary.
Plus: Warren Street conversion; Butterfly opening date; Nili Lotan sample sale started today; new Downtown Connection buses have GPS.
yes! — safe as milk / Valentine No. 53
Begone, troll! — Erik Torkells / Seen & Heard: Newfangled Street Fair Today
Ugh. Enough of this estoteric fitness shit, how 'bout a regular gym? — A / The Barre Boom Continues
In short, you have a problem with the different, the other, the foreign and it's sad. You even have a... — A / Seen & Heard: Newfangled Street Fair Today
"Ramen burgers instead of Italian sausages." You have a problem with people who aren't white or as white as you,... — A / Seen & Heard: Newfangled Street Fair Today
The Poop Scofflaw posting is mine. It isn't tongue and cheek. It's a serious complaint about people that don't pick... — Richard / Seen & Heard: Apple Store Revealed
PTSD is something I have also and many others. We raised our children in this neighborhood that was told it... — Original Tribeca / Seen & Heard: Newfangled Street Fair Today
Plus: Torly kid book swap; 13-17 Laight developer; Pier 40 lights back on; P.S. 234 Spring Auction; "All the Buildings in New York" book; New Museum phone calls; Tribeca Film Festival's closing-night choice.
Including the $40 million penthouse. Plus: Is 11 N. Moore a bad neighbor?; Fika looks close to opening; work at 502 Canal; De Niro in Tribeca; Aamanns bread; Tribeca Trust talk; Terra Wine Bar; roti contest. / 3 comments
When demolition started at 460 Washington, it was grab-the-baby-and-get-out time as neighbors thought an earthquake was underway. Then they noticed the cracks.... / 7 comments
Plus: Views from 1WTC; the stalled 9/11 Museum; "Hudson Square" rezoning process starts; gallery leaving Tribeca; developer buys in own property; J. Crew CEO Mickey Drexler; the Civic Center.