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.
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
Indeed. I think some "entertaining" flash mobs might be in order. — Liz / In the News: Tour Bus Overload
The Museum of Feelings. Sponsored by Glade. If it starts to rain and there is no line, it might be... — betty / Seen & Heard: Fire on Worth Street
56L is historic and groundbreaking and stunning. We are so lucky we will get to enjoy it soon. The structure... — architect / Seen & Heard: The Battery Bike Path Is Also Open
It'll be fun making a hobby out of sabotaging The Ride. — j frank / In the News: Tour Bus Overload
The first day the line went across the plaza all the way to Beaubourg. Tonight it went in the other... — Hudson River / Seen & Heard: Fire on Worth Street
I haven't yet been to the Museum of Feelings but I did see an awfully long line to get in... — Luis Vazquez (FiDi Fan Page) / Seen & Heard: Fire on Worth Street
I have the exact same feeling about these signs. I really used to love the vibe on those streets and... — hst / A FiDi Time Capsule
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.
Get ready for a renderfest! Here’s a recap of the 13 new Tribeca buildings in the works—which will bring around 450 new apartments to the neighborhood.15 comments