In the News: Seaport Reopenings

••• Seaport update in DNAinfo: The Salty Paw, Suteishi, and Barbalu are reopening (or opening, in Barbalu’s case) in the last week of September. (The above photo, courtesy Barbalu, is from Aug. 1.)

••• “77 White Street loft lacks ‘bedrooms’ because elevator is in the wrong place” —Manhattan Loft Guy

••• The Broadsheet on Pier A: “BPCA Clears Crucial Hurdle for Pending Bond Issue as Comptroller Approves.”

••• “West Scranton Intermediate School Principal Paul Dougherty knew his auditorium needed new seats. He also knew the school district could not afford them. So he started searching for used seats online. Just a few days before school started, he found some listed on eBay from Tribeca Cinemas in lower Manhattan and emailed the theater’s manager. As long as Mr. Dougherty could pick them up by 5 p.m. the next day, he could have the 114 seats—free.” —Scranton Times -Tribune

••• “‘Million Dollar Listing New York’ star Ryan Serhant [based on Reade] has landed his next big gig, but this time it isn’t selling a multi-million dollar property.  Serhant has been cast on indie film director Noah Baumbach’s newest project, titled “While We’re Young,” along with Ben Stiller, Naomi Watts, Amanda Seyfried, Adam Driver, Charles Grodin and Adam Horovitz.” I haven’t forgiven Baumbach for Frances (The Joke’s on You!) Ha yet. —The Real Deal

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