In the News: Tribeca Rooftop Expands


••• “The people behind the 13,500-square-foot (plus a 1,500-square-foot kitchen and 18,000-square-foot outdoor space) Tribeca Rooftop are opening an even larger space in the same building come January, said Tracey Sarn, sales and events manager for Tribeca Rooftop and the new venue, called Three Sixty °. The new Desbrosses Street venue, which recently toured, will seat 500 and have 360-degree views of Manhattan and New Jersey. The 22,000-square-foot event space on the 11th floor of the building, between Hudson and Greenwich streets, will be modern in design compared to the industrial feel of Tribeca Rooftop. The space, which is still under construction, includes a wavy wall and huge windows with wrap-around views. While the décor at Three Sixty ° has not been finalized, it may include venetian plaster on the walls, LED lights on the ceilings, white rope lights, brown carpeting, a teak bar, bamboo ledge and wood dance floor.” (

••• “Faulty equipment and unexpected challenges have delayed the demolition of the Deutsche Bank building yet again, the Lower Manhattan Development Corp. announced Monday. The long-troubled building, most recently scheduled to come down by the end of this year, is now set to be gone by about Jan. 15, LMDC officials said at a Community Board 1 meeting Monday.” (DNAinfo)

••• “The Battery Park City Authority ought to be phased out after squandering more than $300,000 in public funds, the chairwoman of the local community board said Monday. ‘This was a complete breach of public trust,’ said Julie Menin, who leads Community Board 1. ‘It’s really shocking that taxpayer money was being spent on such frivolous and superfluous items.'” (DNAinfo)

••• Can’t tell if this is a recent post on Architizer or an old one, but still, take a peek at a nice apartment in what appears to be 101 Warren. (Favorite line: “The home accommodates a progressive lifestyle and leaves no room or place for unnecessary objects.”)

••• “Residents and workers on Pearl Street can expect to see the wooden deck and red seating of Pearl Street’s pop-up café again next May.” (Broadsheet Daily)

••• “Yesterday, Landmarks Preservation Commission big boss Bob Tierney was joined by three members of the city’s religious community in City Hall Park to reinter fragmentary remains that were found over the past 17 years during construction projects in the area. How they resisted punctuating that plaque with ‘Rest in pieces!’ we’ll never know.” (Curbed)

••• Fashionista interviews Ryan Korban and Davinia Wang of Edon Manor.


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