In the News: It’s a Great Time to Leave Tribeca

••• “A Critical Moment for the New Amsterdam Market at the South Street Seaport.” (“If you want to support the market’s cause, the single most important thing you can do is turn out in full force for this fall’s market days: they’ll be held at the old fish market site on Sundays: September 29, October 27, November 24 and December 15.”) —Serious Eats

mlg tweet••• The tweet at left is an explanation of this post’s headline—if you don’t have to find somewhere else to live around here, it’s a great time to sell. (I can’t get MLG to load; when I can, I’ll provide the link.)

••• Manhattan Loft Guy welcomes a new Tribecan by looking at the deals he made at River Lofts and in Noho.

••• Dance New Amsterdam “will close by Sept. 1 without the needed funds, the owner said.” —DNAinfo

••• Grub Street takes that Midwestern critic who’s making the media rounds (again!) to the Butterfly. Two thoughts: Could the media be more condescending? 2) New York magazine’s addiction to pop-up ads is bad enough, but even worse are the ads that open wide when you click “close.” (I tried five times.)

••• “Con Edison admitted to ‘late-night chainsawing’ near the construction site of a new high-rise” at Washington and Rector. —DNAinfo

••• BKSK Architects is designing the conversion at 11 Beach; its the firm that’s doing 24 Leonard. —BuzzBuzzHome


1 Comment

  1. The Coned jack hammering and chainsawing is killing me. They only admitted to one night but they’ve been chain sawing late every night.