In the News: Quarterback Colin Kaepernick Bought in Tribeca

••• San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who gained national notoriety for kneeling during the national anthem as a protest, has reportedly bought at 1 York. —L.A. Times

••• “Police arrested a [UPS employee] who is accused of swiping $8,000 worth of Apple products from a UPS storage facility […] at West Broadway and Leonard.” —Patch

••• More on flood-protection plans for Wagner Park. —Broadsheet

••• The New York Post has determined that recent New York Times article on crowding in FiDi is “proof that the New York Times just hates New York.”

••• The Landmarks Preservation Commission sent the rooftop addition proposed for 308-310 Canal back to the drawing board. —YIMBY




  1. That block of Canal has been a graffiti-laden dump with vacant store fronts. It is on the precipice of actually being a block worthy of walking down (shake shack, duane reade, shoe store), and the Preservation Commission is willing to impede the progress. They should step back and actually think about what (if anything) they are preserving, before rejecting positive development.

  2. That’s All we need in our beautiful neighborhood. Another athlete who makes stupid decisions.