In the News: FiDi Stabbing

••• Juan Matiz of Matiz Architecture & Design answered Remodelista readers’ questions about a Tribeca staircase he designed: “Matiz designed a stair that draws light from the roof terrace into the apartment while extending the sense of space from the apartment out to the exterior. The design also manages to harbor a few functional and practical spaces underneath the stair.”

••• Bruce David Martin of Reade Street Animal Hospital was the subject of this week’s “The Hunt” column in the New York Times‘s real estate section.

••• “Goya Foods began when Prudencio and Carolina Unanue, two Spanish immigrants living in Puerto Rico, decided to seek a better future in New York in the early 1930s. They opened a ‘mom and pop’ food shop serving Hispanics in Manhattan’s Tribeca section and later acquired the Goya brand.” —Tampa Bay Online

••• A young woman stabbed her boyfriend at their FiDi apartment then tried to pass it off as if he had stabbed himself. —New York Post


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