In the News: Asphalt Green Stuck Again?

••• A local “news source,” who has asked that its name not be mentioned, claimed that local officials who would rather not see Asphalt Green manage the new community center have used the damage caused by Sandy to force the previous agreement to be placed on hold again.

••• The New York Daily News reviews the Odeon and gives it four out of five stars.

••• “David Wilkenfeld, president of online retailer, is in contract to buy a penthouse apartment at 200 Chambers St. that was listed for $16.5 million.” —New York Post

••• “The South Street Seaport Museum, severely damaged from five feet of flooding, is shooting to reopen on Dec. 10.” —Tribeca Trib

••• “We’ve filed a few updates to the log of Zone A buildings’ efforts to complete repairs and allow residents back in. There’s news from 20 West Street and 1 West Street, among other buildings.” —Curbed

••• “Did Hurricane Sandy deliver an early death sentence for the South Street Seaport’s gable-roofed Pier 17 mall? That’s a question frantic shopkeepers and restaurateurs are asking this week, as they enter the holiday season with no idea of when business might be able to resume at the popular tourist destination.” —Tribeca Trib

••• Cowgirl Sea-Horse is serving food again. —Village Voice

••• “Amy Locane-Bovenizer, the woman who admitted to killing Helene Zucker Seeman—a widely respected and much admired Battery Park City community activist—while driving drunk and causing the 2010 car wreck, was convicted Tuesday of death by automobile. She was also found guilty of assault by automobile for the injuries that the same collision caused to Ms. Seeman’s husband, Fred, who was riding in the car beside his wife when she died.” —Broadsheet


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  1. I would be interesting for someone to compile a list of establishments that permanently closed after Sandy