In the News: The River to River Festival Starts Tomorrow

••• “The River to River festival, in its 14th year, brings a host of eclectic performances to Lower Manhattan, with daily events, many of which take place outside, along the Downtown waterfront, and Governors Island. […] The River to River Festival will run from June 18 to June 28. For a complete schedule of events, visit the festival’s website.” Pictured: Somi. —DNAinfo

••• “BPCA Plans New Vestibule at Brookfield Place Circular Driveway, to Shelter Shoppers.” —Broadsheet

••• “The folks who just sold the ‘3,216 sq ft’ Manhattan loft #3A at 28 Laight Street (Cobblestone Lofts) […] thought a year ago they were selling a $6 million loft. They weren’t, and they needed two price drops and a major negotiated discount to sell last month for 7-figures less than their first ask. On the one hand, as an empathetic human, you hate to see that happen to anyone; on the other hand, as an informed observer of the Manhattan residential loft sales market, neighbors who were offering a larger loft down the hall took a long time to sell while asking the same price as the loft #3A sellers, so there’s some comfort to the rational way this played out.” —Manhattan Loft Guy