In the News: Living on Cortlandt Alley

SHoP_West Thames Street Bridge 420••• When the LMDC allocated funds for the Performing Arts Center at the World Trade Center (that’s the name), it also allocated $20 million for the West Thames Street Bridge. —Broadsheet

••• Magazine editor Jesse Pearson, formerly of Vice and now of his own magazine, Apology, lives in Lower Manhattan, according to a New York Times profile.

••• Ephemeral New York on the church mosaics at the Canal Street 1 station. (via Curbed)

••• “A proposal floated last week to solve Pier 40’s long-running financial problems by allowing a residential tower to be built on a portion of the space has met with a cold response from two legislators [state senators Daniel Squadron and Brad Hoylman] whose approval would be necessary to implement the plan.” —Crain’s

••• Michael Kors signed a lease for a 1,700-square-foot accessories shop at the World Financial Center, a.k.a. Fieldbrook Place. Er, Brookplace Field. Or Fieldplace Brook? Something like that. —Racked

••• “An 1855 five-story boarded-up structure at 372 Broadway (be­tween White and Frank­lin streets) that extends to Cortlandt Alley is slated to become an eight-story condominium with a glass-walled penthouse.” And the entrance is on Cortlandt Alley. Awesome! The architects are TRA Studio on Franklin. —Tribeca Trib. I called TRA Studio to see if I could get a rendering, and they sent over a bunch of updated ones. The first three are from Broadway; the others are from Cortlandt Alley. The Broadway storefront looks nice.



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