Seen & Heard: More Demo

••• Katie emailed to say that Tribeca Canvas has put candles on the tables—glad to hear it!—”and the food/service was excellent.”

••• “Friends of Hudson River Park is launching the city’s first ‘virtual’ Adopt-a-Tree program,” starting at $2,500. Cheaper than a kid! And no worries about getting into kindergarten!

••• You’re invited: “Shop for Good, the holiday pop up boutique, would cordially like to invite the readers of the Tribeca Citizen for Shopping and Cocktails tonight, Monday, December 10th from 6 to 9 pm located at 40 Broad St. in the Financial District. There will be live  entertainment, with a performance by Gaby Borroemo, delicious seasonal cocktails courtesy of Four Roses Bourbon a Blue Ridge Vodka, Wines courtesy of Tribeca Wine Merchants, and pampering services including hot shaves for men and hairstyling to put that holiday bounce in your step. Filled with apparel, accessories, home goods, fine arts, and all things fun, come celebrate the season tonight in a stress-free and philanthropic environment. […] A portion of the proceeds will go directly to the Restore the Shore Project.” Here’s the Shop for Good Invitation.

••• From reader SJW: “Grayson Hugh, our dear friend and a fabulous singer-songwriter-keyboard player, will be performing on January 26at V Café.” Music charge: $10.

••• Note: I had to disable comments because of spam. If you have something urgent to say about any of this, let me know at and I can temporarily allow comments.

••• @TribecaCanuck points out that demo on 15 Leonard looks ready to start. I asked the developers if I could pop in and take some photos—for posterity’s sake—but they declined. :( Speaking of 15 Leonard: Buzz Buzz Home posted the renderings; I don’t think I ever had the latest versions.


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  1. I am sad. i love those little garages. i always wanted to convert one into an office.