Newsletter: Oct. 10

A CRIMINAL COURT IN THE HEART OF TRIBECA?
The city is evidently considering moving the state Criminal Summons Court to 40 Worth (with an entrance at Thomas and W. Broadway, across from the Odeon), currently home to Civil Court. Neighbors don’t like it.

FALL SALE AT ADELINE ADELINE
It’s the last weekend to catch the fall sale at your stylish neighborhood bike shop, Adeline Adeline. Deals include the Linus Roadster Classic (pictured) for $325 (down from $459), Yakkay helmets for $85 (from $150), Kate Spade Abici for $750 (from $1,100), and all Brooks accessories for 20% off. Plus: Save an additional 10% on all sale items. 147 Reade (between Hudson and Greenwich), 212-227-1150, adelineadeline.com. Sponsored.

NOSY NEIGHBOR
“Restaurants vary drastically about allowing a dog to sit outside with us. I get that if the sidewalk cafe is enclosed, the dog should be on the other side but when there’s nothing but a table on the sidewalk, what’s the thought process?” —K. The answer.

IN THE NEWS
••• 10/7: Church Street tower appears to be moving forward. Plus: Pricing for new Lispenard condos; Battery Maritime shared bike lane; Seaport rally.
••• 10/9: Inside One Kings Lane. Plus: Source of criminal court rumor; Space on White closing; Tribeca Grill’s wine list; Brookfield Place’s glass cube; Morton’s steakhouse; Stuyvesant community center; Tribeca real estate; Paul Liebrandt’s new place.

SEEN & HEARD
••• 10/7: Halloween party. Plus: Furniture shop open; TD Bank rumor; Canstruction dates; pumpkin party correction; Atalanta clarification; world’s largest bhangra dance; gallery celebrates 20 years.
••• 10/8: Terra Wine Bar has soft opened. Plus: 11 N. Moore sales have started; Barbalu is coming very soon; another Simit + Smith; Butterfly happy hour; dying flowers at Masters & Pelavin; yoga studio progress report; Vesey Street bridge destruction.
••• 10/9: Who’s responsible for the NSA billboard. Plus: Balcony Café gets rebranded; new store on Franklin Street; commercial light pollution; Taste of the Seaport; HSBC branch on Worth; Washington Market Tavern.

LOFT PEEPING: OUTDOORSY THIRTYSOMETHING SOFTWARE ENTREPRENEUR
More than half of the 12,000-square-foot penthouse is outdoors—with a lawn, wildflower meadow, hot tub, and kitchen. Below: The “spiral staircase concealed inside a 16-foot-tall cocoon of laser-cut mirror-polished stainless steel fabricated in Italy.”

 

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