In the News: Hailing the Dead Rabbit

••• “Dead Rabbit’s approach to customer service as well as its drinks program could signal a sea change for New York’s velvet-rope-and-password-protected cocktail culture.” Not to overstate things or anything…. —Wall Street Journal

••• “Though discussion of an [Major League Soccer] stadium for NYC has shifted to focus on Queens and the Bronx, Pier 40 was in the running enough to generate these renderings at one point.”—Curbed

••• “After moving back to New York from London with her family in 2009, Liz Tiesi, an interior designer, wanted a place where she could start from scratch. Working with Cornelia Dobrovolsky, a broker at Corcoran, she found out about a six-story former textile factory in Tribeca that was being bought by a group of investors who wanted to convert it to apartments.” This is the prime example in a New York Times trend article about buying commercial real estate for residential use.

••• Tribeca artist Donna Dennis spent “13 years building ‘Coney Night Maze,’ a monumental, labyrinthine structure inspired by the underside of the [Cyclone roller coaster]. Her piece now occupies a darkened gallery at the Neuberger Museum of Art, where the ghostly rattle of the ride can be heard in the distance.” —New York Times

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