In the News: Seaport Restaurant Debuts

••• Eater extends a warm welcome to the Trading Post, a new restaurant and bar on John Street: “It was quietly opened last week by a quartet of Seaport locals, who envision it as an upscale American restaurant catering primarily to neighborhood types rather than the Wall Street lunch crowd. Missing its original January targeted opening because of Hurricane Sandy, Trading Post is still the first new restaurant to open in the South Street Seaport since Hurricane Sandy.”

••• “The 51-story glass and aluminum skyscraper at 140 Broadway—perhaps best known as the soaring, black Financial District tower with the massive red cube sculpture [by Isamu Noguchi] at its base—is now a New York City landmark.” I’ve always loved the different ceiling-light patterns on the first few floors. —DNAinfo

••• “Tribeca Penthouse [at 58 Walker] Seeks $2.4 Million More Two Years Later.” —Curbed

••• Racked reports on the ongoing Matt Bernson sample sale (on W. Broadway between Thomas and Duane).

••• The Broadsheet has info on the July 4 fireworks, which will be on the Hudson this year.


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