In the News: More on “Soft Spin”

••• Downtown Post NYC talks to artist Heath Nicol about her “Soft Spin” installation at the Winter Garden. (I keep typing it as “Soft Skin”….)

••• A nice interview with landscape designer Signe Nielsen, who lives on Duane and has done so much wonderful work in the area. About that Photoshop job, however…. —Downtown Express

••• A rendering for the 27-story hotel going up at 11 Stone Street. —New York YIMBY

••• “Last September, the Kozyarchuk family was looking for a project that parents Maksim and Anna and their two children, 11-year-old Nikita and 7-year-old Polina, who both attend PS 276, would work on together.” So they created an app about Battery Park City. —Broadsheet

••• The developer of 50 West is “determined to find the ideal restaurant for the retail space in the condominium project. Indeed, he’s decided to offer the space for below-market rent. […] He listed Gotham Bar and Grill, a West Village fixture, as an example of a quality restaurant that attracts customers on a regular basis.” It’s a pretty isolated spot; let’s hope someone takes the leap. —Wall Street Journal

••• “After months of delays, Industry Kitchen will open in mid-April at 70 South St., near Maiden Lane and Pier 15.” The New York Post also says the Merchants Hospitality restaurant will be “high-end.”

••• “Flea Theater Names Niegel Smith as Next Artistic Director.” —New York Times


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