In the News: Pier A Delayed

••• The subject of this week’s “The Hunt” column in the New York Times‘s real estate section is Nish Nush owner Eyal Hen. Cute baby!

••• Jimmy Bradley of the Harrison talks to the Wall Street Journal about spring entertaining.

••• “The World Trade Center Neighborhood Alliance has decided to pursue negotiations with the New York Police Department over its concerns about the security plan for the World Trade Center site, rather than further legal action.” —Broadsheet

••• A 10,000-square-foot American Cut will open in an Atlanta mall. —Atlanta Journal-Constitution (via Grub Street)

••• “The long-awaited opening of the 9/11 Museum this month will bring added benefits like opening up some of the World Trade Center to the public, but one vexing problem—the crush of commuters jammed into narrow Vesey St.—is likely to continue for at least another five months.” —Downtown Express

••• Regarding Pier A: “The hope is to open on July 4, but that may not be possible.” —Downtown Post NYC