Seen & Heard: See the World Trade Center Observatory for Free

••• State senator Daniel Squadron’s office called to say that this Tuesday’s full meeting of Community Board 1 will be at the One World Observatory inside 1 World Trade Center—which means you can get inside for free. Waiting to hear about what time and whether it’s an RSVP situation. UPDATE from Squadron’s office: “Senator Squadron requested CB1 be allowed to have a public meeting in the observatory at 1WTC, and Legends (operator) agreed for the CB’s January meeting next Tuesday at 6 p.m. Members of the public will sign in at security desk and be allowed up as space permits. There is room for approx 125 people including board members and electeds/staff, but the board does not anticipate space problems. Entrance is on West near Vesey, and photo ID will be required. Attendees will have to verify that they live in CB1.”

One World Observatory 102••• February 3 at the Brookfield Place Winter Garden: “Stephen Petronio Company will perform RainForest, Merce Cunningham’s iconic 20th-century masterpiece, and Petronio’s Locomotor/Non Locomotor. Both performances are free and open to the public.” (It’s dance, if all of that was Greek to you.)

••• Here’s a rendering of the Broadway storefront (371 Broadway) on the back of the new Franklin Place condo. The word is that it’ll be unveiled soon.

371 Broadway aka Franklin Place••• Press release: “On Wednesday, February 10, at 7:30 p.m., Schimmel Center at Pace University will present an evening with The Julian Bliss Septet as they present A Tribute to Benny Goodman. Recreating the exciting sound of swing from the 30’s and 40’s, Julian Bliss leads his septet through some of the great tunes of the swing era, staying true to the authentic feel but with a modern twist.”