In the News: Tribeca’s Famous UPS Driver

••• Filmmaker Casey Neistat has made UPS driver Marlan Franklyn famous. —Today

••• The lease for the Gristedes space on South End Ave. is being shopped around. —Broadsheet

••• Black Tap, which is planning a downstairs space, has opened a Meatpacking District outpost that’s bigger than the one on Broome. (Also, the Soho location has a hard root beer float.) —Eater

••• The Real Deal recaps all the residential development in northeast Tribeca (not mentioned: 83 Walker).

••• “David Marwell, the founding chief executive and director of the Museum of Jewish Heritage, is resigning from the Battery Park City museum and will give up his post at the end of the year.” —Downtown Express

••• The former Cafe Bravo space at 11 Hanover Square is “being gut renovated into a Greek restaurant called Melini’s and hopes to open by January.” —FiDi Fan Page