In the News: Attack of the Celebrity Eyebrow Stylist

••• The quote of the day is in the New York Post:

A celebrity eyebrow stylist who touts Sharon Stone as a customer has been terrorizing her gay neighbors at their Tribeca apartment building, court papers allege. Mia Boam, 34, was so furious when the elderly man who lives above her told her and pals to pipe down during a New Year’s Eve party in 2014 that she threatened him and had his husband falsely arrested, say the men and documents set to be filed Wednesday. “I’m gonna f–k you up, Santa Claus!” she allegedly screamed at 76-year-old Larry Camp, who has a fluffy white beard, as she pounded on his door at 59 Franklin St.

••• Eataly’s “liquor license application has popped up on the agenda of Community Board 1’s Financial District Committee public hearing on Sept. 2.” Or at least it will when the agendas are released…? “As we’ve reported, the somewhat delayed opening is now targeted for early 2016.” Actually, on Aug. 3 you reported that Eataly would open by Christmas. —New York Post

••• Eastern Mountain Sports’s Soho store is closing. —Racked

••• Plans for a communal roof deck at 27 N. Moore hit a roadblock when the Landmarks Preservation Commission objected to a privacy screen the building wants to install so residents can peer down into the penthouse skylights. —Tribeca Trib

••• The New Yorker liked Little Park and the ground floor of Pier A Harbor House.

••• “The exhibit ‘Spirits of the Passage: Stories of the Transatlantic Slave Trade,‘ now on display inside [the Lilac at Pier 25], chronicles the brutal journey millions of men and women from Africa were forced to take—and the lucrative, global business stretching 400 years that grew from their enslavement.” —DNAinfo

••• In a Q&A with the New York Times, Toll Brothers president David von Spreckelsen confirmed that its new building on Broadway (where 351, 353, and 353 Broadway now stand) will have its entrance at 91 Leonard (which is what they’re calling the development); that’s currently a brick sliver of a building, as you can see below. Von Spreckelsen said it’ll be 19 stories and around 120 condos.

91 Leonard351-357 Broadway map


1 Comment

  1. You can see wire racks with merch on them in the northeast window at Eataly. If the slurry wall holds this may come to pass.