In the News: Capsouto Frères

capsouto souffle 33011 by tribeca citizen••• The Broadsheet checks in with Capsouto Frères, closed since Sandy hit.

••• “7-Eleven has signed a long-term lease for roughly 2,500 square feet of retail space at 111 Fulton Street. […] The convenience store joins a roster of retail tenants at the upscale condominium building that among others includes Chipotle, CRISP, GRK Fresh Greek, Hale and Hearty, and Red Mango. Fast-casual eatery Au Bon Pain also just inked a deal for roughly 2,600 square feet of space in the building.” —Commercial Observer

••• “The Oscar winner Holly Hunter has withdrawn from the Flea Theater’s production of the new play ‘The Vandal,’ citing scheduling conflicts, and will be replaced by the admired theater actress Deirdre O’Connell.” —New York Times

••• “SantaCon is Saturday, but Seaport residents upset by run ins last year with drunken santas can relax. Newly released route bypasses Downtown.” —Tribeca Trib

••• “Larry Gluck’s Stellar Management has purchased an apartment building at 26 Vandam Street for $6.1 million in a play to add air rights to its undertaking at One SoHo Square. Gluck plans to tack the 15,625 square feet of air rights onto the 80,000 square feet of new office penthouse space being added to neighboring 161 Sixth Avenue and 233 Spring Street.” —Commercial Observer


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