In the News: Update on W. Broadway Restaurants

Palermo Pizza••• A Downtown Express article on the redevelopment of the block of W. Broadway between Warren and Murray included this: “A woman identifying herself as Palermo’s owner said in a phone interview that ‘We do not know where Palermo will be moving to…we got the letter in the mail that we have to be out by July 31, but we aren’t going to comply with that.'” Also, the article says that “Cricketer’s Arms will be moving to a new location, but as of now, that location has not been decided.” (Saleya, you’ll recall, was told it could stay through year’s end.)

••• Have you ever wanted to eavesdrop on two people talking about what it’s like to take The Class with Taryn Toomey? Dreams do come true. —Racked

••• There’s a new “superfood ice cream shop” called Tribeca Kitchen… on Orchard Street. The folks at Tribeca’s Kitchen might want to have their lawyer send a letter. —Bowery Boogie

••• NYPD “officers were assaulted recently in two separate incidents in Lower Manhattan, leading to arrests in both attacks.” —Tribeca Trib

••• “It looks like Fortis’s sky-high South Street Seaport tower is moving forward after years of planning. Broker Fredrik Eklund [touted] his involvement in 151 Maiden Lane, to be known as One Seaport, all while revealing that the tower will stand a whopping 60 stories tall along the East River.” —Curbed



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