In the News: Ball Fields Need to Be Replaced

bpc ballfields••• “The Battery Park City Authority has determined that the artificial turf ball fields, which were completely submerged during the storm, will need to be replaced entirely, rather than repaired. […] The scope of this project remains unclear and will probably not be fully assessed until after the existing field is demolished and removed.” —Broadsheet

••• Atera and North End Grill make critic Ryan Sutton’s list of best new restaurants. —Bloomberg

••• “High winds early Friday morning, Dec. 21, blew out a window on the 19th floor of the Frank Gehry-designed residential tower at 8 Spruce Street, sending it crashing onto a small truck parked across the street.” A car was damaged. —Tribeca Trib

••• “Tenants [at post-Sandy 1 West] reported that the building had its third blackout, with another expected tomorrow. One tenant writes, “Moinian still wants us to pay full rent and refuses to give any rent abatement given the multiple problems we continue to face after our return.'” —Curbed

••• Not in Tribeca but so what: There’s a juggling shop in Soho. And that’s why I love New York! —New York Times


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