In the News: “Several Thousand Units” Coming to Hudson Square

••• Actress Jennifer Lawrence checked out 443 Greenwich. Guess she decided not to rent. And/or maybe she wants to be a stone’s throw from her frequent co-star. —Daily News

Hermes••• Opening in August, the Hermès store in Brookfield Place will indeed be the company’s first store devoted to fragrances, for body and home. (WSJ. magazine says Brookfield Place is in FiDi, which is wrong enough, but then it calls it “the new high-end retail destination that is connected by skyway to One World Trade Center.”)

••• The New York Times Real Estate section looks at Hudson Square, which may have “several thousand units” in its future. That’s your cue for a comment about the need for more schools….

••• Animal New York picked up the post about that aggravating TMNT2 helicopter: “The real story is not that Tribeca residents were annoyed about a helicopter flying around. Tribeca is mostly populated by bankers and their children, so they’ll complain about anything.” Careful, hon: Envy gives you wrinkles.

••• “You have a new heliport in your neighborhood. It is directly across the river from Pier 26, at Newport in downtown Jersey City. It is actually not a new heliport. It has been around for many years, but got very ragged over time. In recent weeks it has gotten new tarmac and paint. In the past, it was only used very occasionally. I have no news about future plans.” —from a letter to Downtown Post NYC

••• “The woman accused of stalking and blackmailing Yankees general manager Brian Cashman was convicted of scoring a subsidized luxury apartment in Tribeca [88 Leonard] by falsely claiming her daughter lived with her. Louise Meanwell, 39, was found guilty on all counts—nine in total—including second-degree grand larceny, falsifying business records and offering a false instrument for filing.” —Daily News

••• Renewed: “a package of four tax incentives that were designed to help boost the economy of Lower Manhattan in the years following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, and which took on a renewed importance after Hurricane Sandy in 2013.” —Broadsheet