In the News: Three Years’ Data on Film Shoots

••• “Metrocosm wrangled all the film permit data from the Mayor’s Office of Film, Theatre, and Broadcasting from between 2011 and 2013 and put together an interactive map that shows every New York City location where a permit was issued during that span.” Lower Manhattan is pictured above; the stretch of Murray Street is no doubt orange because of that apartment at 71 Murray that gets used over and over. —Curbed

••• “Downtown Manhattan grows, but services don’t. Garbage pile-ups, a shortage of parks and lack of schools irk the neighborhood’s new residents.”—Crain’s

••• “Two thieves impersonating women pretended to try to seduce a man before snatching his wallet and shoving him aside” at a FiDi deli. —Tribeca Trib

••• “The Howard Hughes Corp. has struck a deal with Edison Properties that allows the former to build a large mixed-use building straddling the border of the South Street Seaport Historic District, according to sources familiar with the transaction.” —The Real Deal

••• The New York Times interviews* Veronica Mainetti of the Sorgente Group, the company developing the three buildings at 60-66 White Street. I hadn’t realized one of the three buildings will be commercial. (*If you can call it that. Questions include “Sorgente certainly has a long, rich history” and “Is your father your mentor?”)

••• Laughing Man’s Street Seats got approved by the full Community Board 1. —Tribeca Trib

••• Curbed ran a pic of West and Chambers from 1936.

••• An interview with the curator of a show at the Museum of Jewish Heritage, “Designing Home: Jews and Midcentury Modernism.” —Tribeca Trib

••• A hearty welcome to Planned Parenthood, which is leaving W. 33rd Street for 123 William Street. —Crain’s

••• “A newsstand owner was left with a bloody gash on his head after two teenagers flung traffic cones at his face last week.” It was at 55 Fulton. —DNAinfo