In the News: Seaport Museum’s Season Kickoff

••• Manhattan Loft Guy looks into the recent sale of a Sandy-damaged loft at 79 Laight. (Sorry, MLG Sandy! Couldn’t resist.)

••• “A woman snuck out of Tribeca Issey Miyake, the designer clothing store at the corner of Hudson and N. Moore streets, carrying more than $3,000 worth of items, according to police.” You can get more than one item for $3,000 there? —Tribeca Trib

••• The body of a 23-year-old man was found off Battery Park. —DNAinfo

••• “The South Street Seaport Museum is kicking off its spring/summer season on Saturday, April 25 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. with a variety of activities for kids and adults alike.” –Tribeca Trib

••• Inside some offices at 4 World Trade Center. UPDATE: Um, these offices aren’t in 4WTC (or even downtown). Not sure how I misread that so completely. —New York Post

••• “RXR will revamp 32 Old Slip to attract tech tenants. The landlord unveils changes it has in store for the 36-story tower it purchased for $675 million.” (That’s near Pier 11, in east FiDi.) —Crain’s

••• Pure Barre is opening a studio at 80 Pine in May. —DNAinfo