In the News: Ten-Block Delivery from Brookfield Place Shops

••• “Cos Bar, a Denver-based high-end cosmetics store with locations in ‘wealthy pockets’ of the country, is opening its first location in Manhattan at Brookfield Place. […] Cos Bar’s owners Lily Garfield and her son Oliver explained to [WWD] that they were ‘impressed’ with Brookfield’s concierge services (if you live within ten blocks of the center, you’ll be able to cash in on delivery services).” Also, Brookfield Place shops are now fully leased. —Racked

••• “The Community Center at Stuyvesant High School had a near-death experience last fall but on April 28 the Battery Park City Authority and elected officials announced a full recovery. The 20-year-old center will stay open, with the same hours and programming as always. The Battery Park City Authority will continue to fund the community center and the Battery Park City Parks Conservancy will run it.” —Downtown Post NYC

••• Ryan Tate and Kyle Wittels look back on Le Restaurant‘s first year of operation. —Eater

••• Bâtard is posting lots of construction pix on Instagram. —Eater

••• There was a fire at 391 Broadway this morning; it’s being converted to condos. —DNAinfo, and reader Adam Oestreich sent over pix and this report: “At around 4:30 a.m., residents were awakened to the sounds of breaking glass and the acidic smell of smoke. The FDNY was out in force and quickly had the fire under control.”