Seen & Heard: Funding for Downtown’s Largest Playground

••• Flyers are up on Lispenard and Church for Monday’s “Model Woman” shoot. “Inspired by the 2015 biography of Ford Models co-founder Eileen Ford,” says Variety, “the pilot is a fictionalized family soap set in the late 1970’s during the notorious ‘model wars.’ The show is centered on a tempestuous matriarch and uncompromising businesswoman at the helm of an internationally renowned modeling agency.” It stars Andie MacDowell.

••• Still no guesses for Friday’s Where in Tribeca…?

••• R & Company has a collection of Sergio Rodrigues and Joaquim Tenreiro jacaranda-framed mirrors from 1950s and 1960s that I’m obsessed with.

Brazilian mirrors at R and Company••• A reader sent in this rendering of 115 Nassau, a.k.a. the condo tower partner of the Beekman Hotel. We don’t think we’ve seen it before.

5 Beekman rendering••• Colby Holland Warfield took this photo of 1 World Trade Center doing its funky light thing.

1WTC by Colby Holland Warfield @colby_chwproperties••• Press release: “Lower Manhattan Development Corporation awarded The Battery [née Battery Park] $6 million to complete construction budget on Downtown’s newest and largest (at 1.4 acres) playground, to be called The Battery Playscape.” Because ghost children need a place to play, too.