Seen & Heard: Nicopanda Pop-Up

••• I stopped by the Nicopanda pop-up at 50 White yesterday. It’s a youthquake! I don’t see much point in a full post on it’s not really meant for Tribecans, but it makes for an amusing visit.

••• The Gurhan jewelry atelier on Franklin is evidently open (by appointment only for now).

••• The folks marketing 7 Harrison sent this out: “The  extraordinary duplex penthouse measures around 4,200sf with substantial wrap terraces, superbly landscaped with large-scale trees planted seamlessly on grade, including a reflecting pool [….] The price is expected to be around $25 million.” This neighborhood is officially out of control.

••• From Cullen Montgomery, the vintage home decor pop-up at 110 Duane: “We will be open Dec. 13-18 and having a holiday sale with 10% off any one item—just mention Tribeca Citizen.”

••• Todd Masters of Masters Pelavin gallery on Jay sent out an email announcing that he’s starting a new gallery, Masters Projects, next year in a new location. Not sure if this means Masters Pelavin is closing; I do know the space has been on the market.

••• From Maslow 6: “Maslow 6 is hosting a fundraiser to benefit Amy Christopher, a parking garage attendant who has worked hard at Provenzano Garage for years but who is now struggling to make ends meet for her 9 year old son and for herself. We raise our glasses to Alison Bellino Johnston whose email about Amy’s plight pulled on our heartstrings, and on many of yours. Alison’s generosity around helping Amy and her son, Jamal has resonated with many of us this holiday season.” It’s Monday, Dec. 16, from 6:30 to 9:30, and it’s $100 per person; all proceeds go to Amy’s Fund. RSVP: or 212-226-3127.

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