In the News: Leaning Landmark Finally Getting Loved

287 broadway 1112••• Finally, the end of the tunnel for 287 Broadway: “Plans for an exterior restoration of the structure, part of a mixed-use redevelopment of the building, will go before the Landmarks Preservation Commission next month. United American Land, the owner of the Italianate and French Second Empire-style cast-iron building, plans two apartments per floor and two commercial spaces on the ground floor.” —Tribeca Trib

••• “Loft condominium owners at 111 Hudson St. in Tribeca who discovered a $2.5 million structural defect after moving into the building cannot sue on securities law or fraud claims, but can go forward with a breach of contract cause of action, a Commercial Division judge ruled.” —New York Law Journal

••• “The Battery Park City Authority has named Bruno Pomponio to manage BPC Parks following executive director Tessa Huxley’s exit.” He had been the director of maintenance. —Downtown Post NYC

••• “Hudson River Park’s Blues BBQ, now in its 16th year, is bringing its free concert, along with a slate of BBQ vendors, to the renovated pier this Saturday.” —DNAinfo