In the News: 70 Pine’s Resident Jazz Trio

70_pine_deborah_berke_01-550x409••• 70 Pine, currently being converted from offices to rental apartments, will have at its top “a sophisticated amenity space with elegant living-room furnishings and a classic appeal, to be called the Panorama Club. Befitting Wall Street’s last Jazz Age skyscraper, the Panorama Club will have a resident jazz band, the Konrad Paszkudzki Trio. The club will open in early 2015, to serve tower residents, but will also offer nonresident memberships.” You know what people crave these days? Jazz.The New York Times

••• “Truly a fast sale, as 60 Beach Street loft cashes out 24 days after listing.” —Manhattan Loft Guy

••• “Former New York Ranger turned advertising exec [Sean Avery] has sold his interests in Tribeca eateries Tiny’s and Warren 77. Avery opened up the two restaurants with partner Matt Abramcyk [….] We hear the two had a ‘different vision of success’ for the venues.” —New York Post

••• “[9/11] Museum members will receive a 10 percent discount for signing up before April 2014.” —DNAinfo

••• Newsday has an article about the new-ish Hudson River Park dog park (but oddly says it’s “located off Warren Street.”

••• “A city schools report into cheating allegations at the elite Stuyvesant High School accused former principal Stanley Teitel of ‘a complete lack of professional judgment’ in handling the situation in-house.” —Wall Street Journal

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