In the News: Water Main Break

••• “A sculpture pulled from the rubble of the World Trade Center that became an iconic symbol following the 9/11 attacks is leaving lower Manhattan and headed into storage later this month, officials said.” —DNAinfo

••• “A water main burst near the Chambers Street 1-2-3 station early Thursday, flooding streets and disrupting subway service during the morning commute.” The photo is courtesy of Christy Frank of Frankly Wines. —DNAinfo

••• The early word on Atera. —Eater

••• “A development site in Lower Manhattan that investor Sam Zell tried to purchase two years ago has been acquired by Hidrock Realty for $28.5 million, The Commercial Observer has learned. The vacant parcel, located at 133 Greenwich Street, can accommodate up to about 150,000 square feet of hotel or commercial development. According to sources, residential space can also be built, but the density of the development must be reduced for that type of project, according to the zoning at the site.”

••• “Companies are lining up for a chance to run the observation deck at the top of 1 World Trade Center. The Post has learned that at least eight of 10 groups are expected to respond to a request for proposal by May 7, with an operator likely to be chosen over the summer. The winner will take over the 100th, 101st and 102nd floors of the building and be able to run restaurants as part of their operations.”


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