Seen & Heard: Hudson Mess

••• Hudson Street construction—which will cut the street down to two lanes for three to five years—starts Monday. And you won’t be able to access the Holland Tunnel via Hudson Street. Water main work is crucial, but this is going to suck.

••• So it seems safe to assume that Pinnacle Medical Care is not opening at 200 Chambers on Sept. 27, given that the space is still raw and construction is pretty much impossible, given what’s going on on Chambers. (An email to the address on the company’s website bounced back.)

••• I realized that Project No. 8’s Kostas Murkudis shop in the ex-Pomme space next to Nili Lotan might have been a Fashion’s Night Out pop-up, and when I walked by I saw that the FNO logo is indeed on the door. But it also says “coming soon” on the window, and there are stil dresses inside. So who knows.

••• Canal Park Playhouse has pushed its opening back to November.

••• Free admission at the Museum of Chinese in America on Wednesday, Sept. 22 (11 a.m.–5 p.m.) in honor of the museum’s first anniversary. The first hundred visitors get mooncakes.

••• Today at Scoop St: $45 45-minute facial at Tribeca Spa of Tranquility.

••• I saw this sign today on Greenwich, just south of N. Moore. I’ve given it a lot of thought, and I still don’t follow.


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