In the News: Wylie Dufresne’s FiDi Restaurant Isn’t Happening

••• “Banker-turned-entrepreneur-and-semi-professional-racecar-driver Alan Wilzig has relisted his Tribeca maisonette [at 7 Hubert] yet again—this time for $20 million less than its initial ask.” —Curbed

••• Chef Wylie Dufresne’s plan to open a restaurant in FiDi at the AKA Wall Street hotel is not happening; it was mutual. —New York Times

••• CBS New York covered the ice cream truck that antagonized Tribeca residents last weekend. There’s no need to click through to read the article—if you could even find it under the barrage of ads.

••• The Roxy Hotel outpost of Blackstones salon opens tomorrow. Apparently the entrance on Church is going to be “ivy-dripped.” —Vogue

••• Sheldon Silver crony Alice Cancel won the special election for Silver’s old seat. “I will be the one who cleans up corruption in Albany,” she said. —New York Post

••• 315 Hudson is getting “repositioned and contemporized,” according to the New York Post: “In addition to lobby and entrance upgrades, modernized systems and new elevators and windows, [Jack Resnick & Sons] also plans to turn the existing rooftop into a 10,000-square-foot, landscaped event space which will incorporate flowering trees and tall grasses.