In the News: J. Crew, Posman Books, and Paul Smith

67 Franklin rendering••• Prices and floor plans for 67 Franklin, a.k.a. 361 Broadway, a.k.a. Cast Iron House. By the way, anyone know what’s going on on the ground floor? They’ve partitioned it, but why? —Curbed

••• “Eric Korsh, previously of Calliope and The Waverly Inn, will be the new executive chef at North End Grill.” Wait, does this mean no more thrice-spiced fries? —Eater

••• Coming to Brookfield Place: J. Crew, Paul Smith, and Posman Books. “The Posman store in Brookfield Place will be 2,000 square feet [….] J. Crew is planning a 6,859-foot store. Paul Smith’s 2,555 square-foot-shop will offer men’s and women’s apparel. […] The dining terrace is opening this spring, and the rest is scheduled to open in about a year.” —Wall Street Journal

••• “Marc Murphy Looks Back on 10 Years of Landmarc.” —Eater

••• “Greenhouse was raided by the NYPD late Saturday night and received multiple violations for having too many people and playing the music too loud. The club was shut down for the rest of the weekend. This may be the final blow for the notorious club.” —Eater

••• “While previous permits for 22 Thames revealed the height to its highest occupied floor, the elevation of the tower’s pinnacle remained a mystery; now, DOB documents confirm that the skyscraper will stand 960 feet in total, making it the tallest residential building in Lower Manhattan.” Also, it’ll be rentals. —New York YIMBY

22 Thames rendering courtesy Fisher Brothers

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  1. Racked reports that the Posman bookstore will be 7,000 sf but I wonder if they just misread the original press release which gave the 7,000 sf space to J. Crew. I hope the book store IS 7,000 sf and I’m very happy to have it added to the mix!