In the News: Dean & DeLuca Opening on Wall Street

••• Dean & DeLuca “changed ownership late last year and is now expanding. By late next summer, it plans to add a large branch” at 40 Wall. —New York Times

••• 70 Pine, the Art Deco office building being converted into rental apartments, will have a food market. The developers signed a “13,000-square-foot lease with Urban Market, a gourmet emporium modeled on the popular Williamsburg original. It will have 5,000 square feet on the sidewalk level at the corner of Pearl and Cedar streets and 8,000 square feet on a lower level.” (Unsaid: Urban Market is a spin-off of Key Food, and 70 Pine is three blocks from 55 Fulton Market, also related to Key Foods.) Also signed up: “Australian artisanal java seller Black Fox Coffee to a 1,300-square-foot lobby floor space.” The only Black Fox Coffee I could find in Australia is a café that recently announced it’s closing. —New York Post

••• “NewYork-Presbyterian/Lower Manhattan Hospital has launched a separate cancer treatment center […] in partnership with Weill Cornell Medicine. […] The new treatment site, which officially opened Monday, is the only radiation oncology center in Lower Manhattan, hospital officials said.” —DNAinfo

••• New York magazine says that Seaport District emporium Northern Grade will open Nov. 10. Among the merch: “Prussian-blue totes by Fleabags ($440); carryalls by Scholar Mfg ($437); Red Chester coats by Krammer & Stoudt ($821); Pointer Brand unisex jackets ($126); Cohen desk lamps by A-Lamp ($199).” That’s the Cohen pictured below.