In the News: Stuyvesant Grads Sick from 9/11

••• “Stuyvesant High School Grads Sick 10 Years After 9/11.” (DNAinfo)

••• “Chambers St. has reopened to two-way traffic between Greenwich and West St. (was one-way westbound).” Which only means the construction is drifting east…. (Gridlock Sam)

••• Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz are looking at “massive Tribeca lofts in the $8 million to $15 million range,” says the Post. “And they’ve been spotted apartment-hunting on both Greenwich and Walker streets. […] Last year, he paid around $1.9 million in cash for a penthouse duplex at 53 Warren St. Back then, the unit was supposedly for Craig and his then long-term girlfriend, film producer Satsuki Mitchell.”

••• The New York Times reviews Patron of the New.

Courtesy Rafael Cennamo

••• “Raphael [sic] Cennamo’s studio on White Street was busy on Wednesday, as the up-and-coming designer prepared for his first presentation in New York’s Fashion Week.” (DNAinfo)

••• “The Museum of the City of New York will take over the beleaguered Seaport Museum New York using a $2 million grant from the corporation in charge of developing Lower Manhattan, according to state, city and museum officials who made the deal public on Wednesday.” (NYT)

••• Among the groups also receiving LMDC grants: Pace University (for its dance space), the Flea (new theater on Thomas), River to River Festival, Tribeca Film Festival (for free screenings at the WFC), City Hall Park art exhibits, Battery Dance Company, Washington Market Park, Manhattan Youth, and New Amsterdam Market. (DNAinfo)

••• “Silverstein Properties makes Lower Manhattan look like Inception in this meticulously produced, dramatically scored video of construction around the World Trade Center site. Projecting the built future, the mix of CGI renderings and real footage features a good bit of Tower 3 action, which Silverstein is developing for 2014 completion (no thanks to Port Authority funds).” (Curbed)

••• “Theater [Bar] owner Albert Trummer has partnered with Tolani’s chef Luis Ulloa to launch Tolani TriBeCa at Theater Bar—a pop-up restaurant of sorts that will operate in the space for a three-month run. Reps for the restaurant say that the space will be changed around to allow for “unique private dining experiences,” and Ulloa’s menu will include dishes like fish tacos, lamb sliders and Malaysian goat curry. Tolani is only the first restaurant to take up residence in the lounge—Trummer promises that other chefs will sign on for three month runs after this gig is up. The concept launches on September 20 and food will be served Tuesdays through Saturdays from 4:30-midnight through December 31.” (Zagat)


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