In the News: MacKenzie Door Company Is Leaving Tribeca

••• “MacKenzie Door Company […] owned the retail and office component at 70-72 Reade Street, also known as 112-114 Duane Street, for more than 30 years, but now plans to move most of its operations to New Jersey,” so it sold the retail condos for $18 million. “The commercial condos span a combined 32,000 square feet across the first two floors and lower levels. […] ML7 plans to convert the second-floor office space into two residential condos roughly 4,000 square feet apiece.” The Real Deal article says that MacKenzie has been on Reade for more than 70 years. (I imagine people around here will be happy to see some parking freed up—the company’s vans are everywhere.)

••• Kimyelie—that’s Kanye West, Kim Kardashian, and Karlie Kloss—partied at Belle Reve after a Time magazine event, “where the trio enjoyed a raunchy performance from its velvetina go-go dancers.” But did they order the aphrodisiacal salad? —Daily Mail

••• The Verge reports on “Door in the Dark,” an installation at the Tribeca Film Festival. “Bristol-based creative studio Anagram turned a bare fifth-floor room in the film festival’s downtown hub into a labyrinth, which visitors explore almost entirely by touch.”

••• Meet the new members of Community Board 1—including Susan Wu, age 17. She can’t drink alcohol, but she can vote on liquor licenses…. —Downtown Express

••• “Embattled J.Crew CEO Mickey Drexler wants a jaw-dropping $35 million for his Tribeca pad [at 140 Franklin], just three years after purchasing it for a comparatively paltry $14.3 million.” —New York Daily News