Roundup: PB & Anna Sui

••• PB & Caviar is having a sale: “TOCCA, ANTIK BATIK, ANNA SUI, AMERICAN RETRO, ETC. ARE ONLY $15.00!!!!”

••• Tomorrow (Sunday) is the Battery Park City Ice Rink‘s last day of the season.
••• In her state of the city address, speaker Christine Quinn evidently called for a market to be established at the Fulton Fish Market. Speaking of which: New Amsterdam Market will be back in May.

courtesy-ada-art-consulting-and-elinor-milchan09KCJP_7Hubert10A_LR7.jpgcourtesy-new-york-city-noirIN THE NEWS
••• More on the construction plans for Hudson and Chambers, from Downtown Express and the Tribeca Trib.
••• Should City Hall have an organic vegetable garden? (New York Times via Broadsheet Daily)
••• Governor Paterson appears to have chosen recent mayoral candidate William Thompson to head the Battery Park City Authority (Broadsheet)
••• “This new construction fence design by artist Helen Dennis went up last weekend to beautify the stalled 56 Leonard St. site, where 57 stories of staggered glass condo cubes were supposed to rise in the so-called ‘Jenga building.'” (Downtown Express; image at top left courtesy ADA Art Consulting & Elinor Milchan)
••• Doggy day care—I’m still waiting for someone to come up with a better phrase than that—with spa, restaurant, and boutique proposed for Financial District. (Curbed)
••• The 22-unit condo in the works for 523 Greenwich (bet. Spring and Vandam) is heading for foreclosure. (Curbed)
••• The New York Post falls a little in love with a $7.5 million loft on Hubert (above, second from top).
••• Seventeen-year-old “supermodel”—that bar keeps getting lowered, eh?—Karlie Kloss lives in Tribeca. (And people said Rupert Murdoch was going to cheapen the Wall Street Journal….)
••• A photo report on the opening of Damon Dash’s gallery, DD172, by Joeytoofresh.
••• A couple of nice Tribeca pix, including the one above of Staple Street—though I wish they were larger, on New York City Noir.


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