In the News: New York Knick Buys on Lispenard

••• “Just months after inking a new four-year, $27 million deal with the New York Knicks, basketball player Lance Thomas has scored himself a Tribeca condo” at 52 Lispenard. —Luxury Listings

••• “A person was struck by an A train Tuesday morning after jumping in front of it in the Fulton Street subway station.” —DNAinfo

••• Course correction at the Woolworth Building condos: “Developer Alchemy Properties has updated several of the floorplans for the landmark tower’s 33 residences.” —Curbed

taylor-swift-note-square••• “The Taylor Swift Experience, a traveling exhibit that features sure-to-be obsessive fan favorites—like the pop megastar’s handwritten lyrics, family photos, and a host of her concert and video outfits—is headed to the South Street Seaport.” Does she need the money that badly? —DNAinfo

••• The Broadsheet has an article—or maybe it’s advertorial?—about the John Street United Methodist Church.

••• “A cloven-hoofed, bare-chested Hillary Clinton made a brief visit to the Financial District Tuesday—in the form of a demented-looking statue that was quickly taken down.” This notion that Clinton and Obama are demons, or even the devil incarnate, is extraordinary. —DNAinfo

••• The recent Taste of the Seaport event “might well have been a perfect day (weather included) had it not been for the five city health inspectors and one supervisor who descended on the event for the second year in a row in what organizers cited as unreasonable and unusual scrutiny that unsettled some restaurateurs. A Department of Health spokeswoman called the inspections ‘routine,'” but Taste of Tribeca has never seen an inspector. —Tribeca Trib

••• FiDi Fan Page posted about the funky digital clock at 200 Water—installed in 1971, and broken for more than four years now—and a follower said that Rockrose confirmed that it is being repaired.