In the News: FiDi Is Getting a Drybar, Too

••• After Tribeca Citizen reported that Drybar is opening at 34 Leonard, Crain’s announced that the company is opening locations in three parts of the city that don’t matter and “a Tribeca one for 1,800 square feet at 180 Broadway between John and Cortland streets–to be signed next week.”

••• The New York Times profiles much-disliked real estate developer Ben Shaoul, whose properties include the upcoming Arman on Canal and 254 Front in the Seaport.

••• A street sign at Church and Barclay misspells Pierre Toussaint’s name (and has for a decade). —New York Times (via Curbed)

••• A stylist at Lance Lappin has a dog, Wall-E, that won’t eat meat. —New York Daily News


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