In the News: A Peek at the 22 Thames Podium

••• “Developers of a proposed 70-story residential tower at 22 Thames St. revealed the design of its glass-enclosed base, which will house more than 11,000 square feet of retail. Wrapping the corner of Greenwich and Thames Streets, the five-level ‘podium,’ with two floors of retail topped by up to nearly 450 rental apartments, would stand next to the landmark former American Stock Exchange building, now set for conversion to a hotel.” You know what FiDi needs? More retail—not. A school or two, on the other hand…. —Tribeca Trib

••• Gael Greene says that Masa Takayama’s upcoming restaurant Tetsu is stalled because a different project manager was hired…?

••• “In a deal announced Monday, Dance New Amsterdam, which entered bankruptcy proceedings last May, revealed that it will be allowed to remain in its current space at 280 Broadway only until October 14.” —Broadsheet

••• A visit to the live/work Tribeca studio of painter and ceramist Joanne Greenbaum. Photo by Fargo Ashland. —Nothing Major

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