In the News: Moving Back In

••• People are moving back in to 21 West and 10 Hanover Square. —Curbed

••• One of the three public meetings to discuss the Hudson River Park plan to raise revenue by creating a Neighborhood Improvement District (with accompanying tax) will be Dec. 3 at 6:30 p.m. at BMCC. (Right: a rendering of the under-construction dog run.) —DNAinfo

••• Steven Alan’s sample sale is in Tribeca again: “On Wednesday, November 14th, the sale will re-open at the brand’s showroom in Tribeca. And for those hoping to shop from their couch again, it’ll also take place on the website. The sale will run through Saturday, November 17th at 87 Franklin Street.” —Racked

••• “Hundreds of Volunteers Clear Debris from Downtown Community Center.” —Tribeca Trib

••• “While several thousand New York City public school children have been shuttling to temporary buildings in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, Battery Park City’s P.S. 89 and I.S. 289 opened last Monday, at the same time as schools that were completely unaffected by the storm. This was possible, in spite of the fact that flood waters penetrated the building, because of herculean efforts by five members of the school’s maintenance staff.” —Broadsheet



  1. Didn’t the downtown community center have flood insurance to cover the cost of cleanup & rebuilding?

  2. only asking as I know several close communities that could have used the volunteers more……….like coney island and the rockaways