In the News: Harrison Townhouse

••• 27 Harrison, one of the old townhouses west of Greenwich, is for sale for $5.625 million. (Curbed, whose photo is at right; it also has floorplans)

••• “Bison, frybread, tamales and more could be on the way to Bowling Green this spring, thanks to what may be the city’s first Native American food truck. The truck will park outside the National Museum of the American Indian, to give visitors a more direct experience of the native cultures on display inside.” (DNAinfo)

••• An interview with Compose’s Eamon Rockey. (Behind the Burner)

••• “Marc Forgione is still celebrating his Next Iron Chef victory, but during his first outing on Iron Chef America last night, he lost to Bagatelle chef Nicolas Cantrel, in an episode judged by Forgione’s old boss Laurent Tourondel.” (Grub Street)

••• “The staff at DCTV in Tribeca celebrated Tuesday morning after hearing that one of their instructors, Jennifer Redfearn, is up for an Oscar next month. Redfearn’s film about climate change forcing South Pacific islanders from their homes, called Sun Come Up, was nominated in the documentary short subject category.” (DNAinfo)

••• There was a fire at a massage parlor at Fulton and Gold. (DNAinfo)

••• West Village restaurant Braeburn closed, and now chef Brian Bistrong might go to Bouley. (Eater)

••• American Express Travel Related Services has rented a floor at 250 Hudson for 10 years. (New York Observer)

••• Todd Hase Furniture (Spring between Varick and Hudson) is having a big sale. (Paper & String)

••• “Will Cotton (known as much for Katy Perry’s ‘California Gurls’ video as for his art) and Rose Dergan of the Gagosian Gallery have bought a full-floor loft at 14 Harrison Street.” (New York Observer)


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  1. Chef Marc Forgione won his first competition on Iron Chef America against RJ Cooper in November.