In the News: Our Soon-to-Be Skyline

••• New York YIMBY: “A reader created a rendering of what Downtown will look like after four of the largest developments are finished.”

••• White Street restaurant opens Friday. —New York Post

••• White Street restaurant opens next week. —Grub Street

••• Penthouse floor plans for 30 Park Place. —Curbed

••• “The U.S. Coast Guard mandated honking, officials told Community Board 1’s Battery Park City committee on Tuesday, are here to stay. Ending them—a lengthy process that would require the Coast Guard to change nationwide regulations—is out of the question, according to Celine Mizrahi, a staffer for Rep. Jerrold Nadler, whose office has been in discussions with Coast Guard officials about the noise. But it might be possible to turn down the volume.” —Tribeca Trib

••• Besides the upcoming 2,000-square-foot store at Brookfield Place, Diane von Furstenberg is also opening at World Trade Center. (“The World Trade Center is going to be more of an impulse-buy consumer,” said the brand co-chairman. “Brookfield Place is more of a local Tribeca consumer as well as tourists.” ) —Racked

••• This showed up in my New York Times alert on the word “Tribeca,” but I can’t tell what it’s about because you have to be a Times Premier subscriber: “Reading the Times with Anna Deavere Smith: Anna Deavere Smith, the actress-playwright, reads the paper most days, almost always in paper form on Sundays. Why? Habit, she says.” People pay extra to read articles about how other people read the paper?! Update: According to @AuthenticManhattanHS, Deavere Smith “talked about how TriBeCa is suburbanized now and she is annoyed by the baby strollers on the sidewalk.”

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