In the News: Tribeca Penthouse Reportedly Sold for $54 Million

prosciutto courtesy Cafe Altro Paradiso••• Pete Wells of the New York Times liked Café Altro Paradiso, the restaurant at Sixth and Spring (two stars). Photo courtesy Café Altro Paradiso.

••• One of the eight penthouses at 443 Greenwich reportedly went into contract for $54 million. —Real Deal

••• “Two workers were rescued from their hanging scaffolding [at 33 Maiden Lane] which got stuck 15 stories off the ground Tuesday morning.” —DNAinfo

••• City Vineyard at Pier 26 will open “early this summer.” —New York Times

••• “Bob Townley, the founder and executive director of Manhattan Youth, as well as a member of Community Board 1, is proposing that the Battery Park City Authority form advisory council of stakeholders and residents to foster a better relationship with the community.” Sure, as long as it’s not at the expense of efforts to get members of the community on the actual BPCA board. —Broadsheet


1 Comment

  1. Erik,

    Re:City Vineyard… I don’t understand why this is taking so long? Looks like absolutely nothing has taken place onsite in the past 9 months.

    Are these city related delays?

    Sad about the dragged out process as this looks to be a great new addition to the area – I hope it’s up and alive at the start of the summer!