Seen & Heard: Another Store Has Moved Out

••• Hostler Burrows, the Scandinavian-design dealer formerly known as Antik has left 104 Franklin after 14 years; in the fall, it’ll reopen at 51 E. 10th St. Between it moving and Bu & the Duck closing—and the coming of the All Good Things marketplace—that block is undergoing a lot of change.

••• I’m pretty sure this is about whether to allow residential development on Pier 40: “The Hudson River Park Trust has been working with a task force comprised of elected officials, community boards, and environmental and civic organizations to discuss possible changes to the Hudson River Park Act. We have just scheduled a public meeting to update the general public about these discussions. The meeting will include time for questions and answers, and the public will be able to provide their ideas about how the Park can best meet its financial challenges. […] The meeting will take place on Thursday, May 31, 2012 at 7 p.m. at St. Paul’s Chapel, 209 Broadway.”

••• Remember: Taste of Tribeca is Saturday! Here’s the list of participating restaurants—love seeing new places like Lotus Blue, Tribeca Tap House, Tre Sorelle, and Super Linda on there. Also: There will be “an exciting raffle sponsored by Sean Turner of Stribling & Associates. 10 lucky winners will receive a $200 gift certificate to the Taste of Tribeca participating restaurant of their choice. Visit the Stribling booth at Taste on Saturday and show your ticket to enter.”

••• Speaking Super Linda: Its take-out taqueria (at the north end) sure looks close to opening….

••• Just a reminder that the twice-weekly email newsletter is the easiest way to keep up with everything on You can sign up by entering your email in the box in the upper-right corner (and then you’ll be sent an email where you have to click a link). I promise that the list will never be handed to anyone, and unsubscribing is a breeze.

••• The Dusty Rebel tweeted this great street-art image and I thought it was worth passing along….