In the News: Municipal Building Kiosks

by Julie Shapiro (courtesy DNAinfo)

••• “New food kiosks outside the Municipal Building are spicing up the area’s otherwise drab lunch scene. Five mini-restaurants serving everything from artisanal grilled cheese to Hawaiian shaved ice have launched over the past few months on the plaza between the Brooklyn Bridge and the Centre Street court buildings. A Korean barbecue joint will open in the final available space next week.” The highlight is a branch of Nixtamalito Taqueria (the original is in Corona, Queens). (DNAinfo)

••• “The design for the Four Points by Sheraton at 6 Platt St. was inspired by Wall Street.” (DNAinfo)

••• Re: The Lilac, the ship at Pier 25: “Starting on June 30, the steamship will invite the community aboard to experience another maritime era first-hand. ‘Waterways,’ an exhibit by waterfront photographer Shelley Seccombe, will open on June 30 and run through the end of July. Ms. Seccombe is a photographer who has documented Manhattan’s shoreline for years, including in her book Lost Waterfront: The Decline and Rebirth of Manhattan’s Western Shore.” (Broadsheet Daily)

••• Condé Nast wanted its own vent in 1WTC, for its cafeteria. (New York Post)


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