In the News: Seaport Museum Left to Sink

••• “Effective July 5, the Museum of the City of New York, which had been managing the South Street Seaport Museum since October 2011, will end its relationship with the museum headquartered at 12 Fulton St. […] A spokesperson for the Department of Cultural Affairs said that the Pioneer will continue to sail through the summer season and that Bowne & Co. will remain open.” —NYC Reconnects

••• The duplex penthouse at 56 Leonard is in contract for $47 million. (So let’s call them “$47 Million Views”….) —Wall Street Journal

••• “Exerblast, a family adventure gym at 100 Reade St. that combined the visual experience of video games with fun group workouts, was slated to close Wednesday.” It’s looking for a new spot. —DNAinfo

••• A “man, caught on surveillance tape, broke into All Good Things at 102 Franklin St. at about 10 p.m. on June 19 and grabbed an undetermined amount of money from cash registers before fleeing.” —DNAinfo

••• “A 12-year-old boy was sexually assaulted in a Pier 17 bathroom Tuesday evening, police said.” —DNAinfo

••• “L&L Holding Co. and Beacon Capital are investing $50 million to redevelop the retail sections of two Broadway buildings in the Financial District, the New York Post reported. The developers will bring lobby-level stores to 195 Broadway, also known as the former AT&T Building, and create 15,000 more square feet of retail space on the lobby level as well as 20,000 square feet below grade. […] 222 Broadway will also add 16,000 square feet of retail at street level and 10,000 square feet on the second floor.” —The Real Deal



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