In the News: SouthWest NY

••• The development parcel in Tribeca at 401 and 403 Greenwich St. [right] is on the market for $17.25 million. The buildings may be purchased together or separately.” (City Biz Real Estate)

••• “The MTA has renamed the Broadway-Nassau subway stop as Fulton Street, AMNY reports, to make sure that all the components of the new transit hub have the same name.” (Curbed)

••• BPC resident “Nirav R. Shah, MD, MPH will be nominated to serve as the Commissioner of the Department of Health” by Governor-Elect Cuomo. (New York Daily News)

••• “SouthWest NY restaurant won top marks on its latest health inspection, one month after racking up more violations than any other eatery in Battery Park City.” (DNAinfo)

••• “Many downtown residents breathed a sign of relief when South Street Seaport owner General Growth Properties declared bankruptcy in 2009 and put its controversial development plans on hold. But those plans, or something similar, could now be making a comeback. The new owner of the Seaport, a General Growth spinoff called Howard Hughes Corp., has begun speaking with city agencies and SHoP Architectsabout options for redoing the property, a SHoP member said.” (DNAinfo)


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