In the News: Kindergarten Waitlists

ps234 by tribeca citizen••• “Instead of acceptance letters, 148 lower Manhattan families were sent notice on Thursday of their child’s number on a wait-list for kindergarten at their zoned schools.” —DNAinfo

••• “The accused shakedown stalker of Yankee GM Brian Cashman is calling herself a battered woman in hopes of beating a charge of lying to get a below-market deal on her Tribeca apartment.” —New York Post

••• “Rosanne Cash Headlines Monday Concert to Help Restore Historic Vessel.” —Broadsheet

••• The folks thinking of opening a high-end Mexican restaurant at 39 N. Moore have officially passed on that address. —Tribeca Trib

••• “Hero of the Bronx Is Now Accused of Betraying It,” reads a New York Times headline about Majora Carter. “The criticisms even extended personally to Ms. Carter. Neighbors had long gossiped that she spent more time at her husband’s 1,500-square-foot, rent-stabilized loft in Tribeca than at her own home in Hunts Point. That only changed, they said, shortly before she was hired by FreshDirect.”

••• More on Stout NYC’s plans for FiDi (approved by CB1 FiDi): “a 4,150-square-foot space at 90 John St., with room for 200 people.” —DNAinfo

••• “After a six-year search, Nyack College has found a new home in Downtown Manhattan. The Christian liberal-arts college is more than doubling its space in the city by taking eight floors in a 22-story building on Washington Street near Battery Park. Nyack has signed a 20-year-lease at 2 Washington St. for a total of 166,385 square feet. It will leave its current digs in Manhattan, which include a floor at 93 Worth St. and the entire building at 361 Broadway.” —Wall Street Journal


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