Newsletter: Nov. 9

courtesy TetsuFINALLY, AN OPENING DATE FOR TETSU
After five and a half years, chef Masa Takayama’s robata-inspired restaurant will finally fire up the grill for the public. The menu includes fried chicken, peppercorn spare ribs, skewered meat, nigiri sushi, and stews.

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93 WorthOPEN HOUSE: SUNDAY 1:30-2:30 Stunning corner unit with southern and eastern exposures at 93 Worth Street – A beautifully converted TriBeCa prewar condo. To view, contact Eric Brown at Eric.brown@compass.com or 917-940-0676. Sponsored.

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courtesy SLTSLT IS OPENING IN TRIBECA
The popular fitness chain’s long-rumored Tribeca studio is shooting to be ready in February.

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Jenni KayneNEW KID ON THE BLOCK: JENNI KAYNE
Designer Jenni Kayne chose Tribeca for her first New York City store—offering apparel, accessories, and home decor—because the neighborhood’s relaxed, family atmosphere jibes with the brand’s California aesthetic. Take a look around.

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109 W. BroadwayCOMMUNITY BOARD 1’S NOVEMBER AGENDAS
Here’s what’s being discussed: Changes to the old Super Linda atrium; the NYC Half Marathon’s new route (bypassing Lower Manhattan); St. John’s Lane safety issues; Peck Slip School security and health concerns; Duane Street facade alterations; Beaver Street reversal; more. Read the annotated agendas.

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456 GreenwichSEEN & HEARD
••• 11/6: Antiqueria’s closing sale. Plus: An encouraging sign at Frenchette; Italian Radical Design at R & Company; the main entrance at 111 Murray; Ciccio’s takeout annex; the grand old New York Mercantile Exchange.
••• 11/7: Hotel site looks even more stalled (above). Plus: Colin Quinn bartending for charity at Woodrow’s; sneaker pop-up; cleaning up the glass on the Battery Park City ball fields; caftan event; new shows at Alexander & Bonin and Bortolami.
••• 11/8: Greca restaurant opening forecast. Plus: Spec mansion renderings and floor plans; artists opening their studios this weekend; new dental office on Harrison; ball fields have reopened; new Canal Street Market vendor.

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TC in the NYTIN THE NEWS
••• 11/6: Tribeca Citizen in the New York Times. Plus: The area’s history of terror attacks; one new West Street bridges is delayed, and another appears to be; opening forecast for 10 Corso Como; more thefts; Aire Ancient Baths is opening in Chicago.
••• 11/7: More on WeWork’s school plans. Plus: Galleries band together to support Christopher Marte; Argentine president visited terror site; new rendering for the Clocktower Building on Broadway; car hit by 111 Murray debris.
••• 11/8: Chin re-elected to city council. Plus: Dean & DeLuca is pulling out of its FiDi plans; Chambers Street building sold; metalwork on view at Donzella.

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