In the News: Bike-Share Map

••• “A two-year-old boy (whose name has not been released) was seriously injured at the Battery Park City branch of the New York Public Library on Thursday afternoon when he fell from an interior, second floor balcony, hit a bookcase on the way down, then landed on the library’s first floor.” —Broadsheet

••• The city released a map of proposed bike-share locations. I would’ve expected at least one on Greenwich between N. Moore and Murray. The Tribeca section is pictured; click to enlarge. (Click “map” above to see the whole map.) —New York Times

••• “Two elite Downtown schools received envelopes containing white powder Thursday afternoon [….] The mysterious substance was sent to P.S. 234 in TriBeCa and NEST+m on the Lower East Side, police and school officials said. Police later determined that the substance at both schools was non-toxic and investigators are trying to discover where the white powder came from.” —DNAinfo

••• Curbed on 50 Varick (between Laight and Beach), which is “in the process of going from a Tribeca Verizon building afterthought to a model-magnet photo studio with a roof top made to throw parties. The architects are Adjmi & Andreoli, who are turning the Verizon building at 50 Varick into a U.S. outpost for London-based Spring Studios. The renovated building will feature 11 studios photo, 9 green rooms, a signature restaurant, bar, an art gallery, a small movie theater, library, offices, 20,000 square foot roof green roof deck, lighting and equipment rental, and event spaces.”

••• Sarabeth Levine of Sarabeth’s Tribeca did Grub Street‘s “food diary.”

••• “Governors Island announced their summer series of events for 2012.” Repeat after me: Its, its, its. —DNAinfo


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