In the News: Parade Report

••• There was a Super Bowl Meetup for singles at M1-5. —The New Yorker

••• “Pizza & Pasta [Delight] is operating on a month-to-month lease and in danger of losing its spot in the Southbridge complex at Fulton and Gold Street. […] The Southbridge Towers Board of Directors voted on Feb. 2 to scrap plans to boot the restaurant and replace it—and the soon-to-be-vacant Key Food store next to it—with what it was describing as a ‘high end wine and spirits’ store. [But] with the next door Key Food relocating to a bigger space at 55 Fulton St. this spring, Southbridge needs to find a new tenant. The board is not convinced it will be able to do so without packaging it with the Pizza & Pasta space.” —Tribeca Trib

••• “The Historic Districts Council is objecting to the demolition of 52 [Lispenard] and alteration of 54 Lispenard. The council feels that 52 Lispenard retains some significant architectural details that would change the character of the district if it were destroyed and replaced with a nondescript structure.” —Curbed

••• A parade report from the New York Times. (Photo by Todd Heisler for the NYT.) Personally, I left the area before 8 a.m., and I haven’t regretted my decision once.


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