In the News: Murray Street Stoplight

••• “Murray Street is getting a new traffic and pedestrian signal at the crosswalk midway between West Street and North End Avenue […] to ensure the safety of a growing number of pedestrians traveling back and forth between the Battery Park City ball fields […] and complex that includes the Goldman Sachs headquarters.” —Broadsheet

••• “The space that houses Italian sandwich shop and bar Pane Panelle (formerly Stuzzicheria) is on the market. According to a listing on NYCRS, the rent is $10,000 a month, and they’re asking for $400,000 in key money. The restaurant is still open for business.” The PR rep says they’re just exploring options. I do hope it doesn’t close. —Grub Street

••• “124 Hudson Street loft finally sells, above nearby comp but below 2006.” Plus: A loft with a closed kitchen. —Manhattan Loft Guy

••• “Battery Urban Farm, located on Battery Park’s Great Lawn, opened last Saturday with its first volunteer day of the season. Twenty-five people weeded, raked and prepared the soil for the 700-plus students who have enrolled in this year’s spring gardening cycle.” —Broadsheet


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