Newsletter: Dec. 4

L'AngoloMoore StreetNOSY NEIGHBOR
“A friend asked last night if there was a Moore Street in Tribeca, or just a North Moore Street, and I froze up, embarrassed I didn’t know. Am I just a hopeless Tribeca newbie and everyone else knows the answer?” —W. The answer (and no, the “N.” in N. Moore does not stand for Nathaniel).

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Woolworth ToursCHRISTMAS AT THE WOOLWORTH BUILDING
Come experience the magic: This beloved masterpiece by architect Cass Gilbert opened in 1913 and was the tallest building in the world for 17 years. Long-closed except to its tenants, its magnificent vintage lobby is now open daily for public and private group tours by pre-registration only at www.WoolworthTours.com. Sponsored.

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137 Duane courtesy Google MapsA PILATES STUDIO IS LEAVING TOWN
Karen Lord Pilates Movement is closing its Tribeca studio and moving to the West Coast.

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Ethan Rose SalonHAPPY HOLIDAYS FROM ETHAN ROSE SALON
Come celebrate the season at Ethan Rose Salon with specially priced holiday deals. Enjoy a manicure & pedicure for only $39, a blowout & manicure for $60, or a blowout & gel manicure for $70. Pamper yourself today! All residents of Tribeca receive 10% off all services. Offer valid through the end of the month. Appointments can be conveniently booked online at www.ethanrosesalon.com or by calling 212.233.1379. Hours of operation: Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m to 7 p.m. Sponsored.

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Duane ReadeSEEN & HEARD
••• 11/30: Denny’s was closed by the Health Department. Plus: Sales at Schoolhouse Electric and Antiqueria Tribeca; year-round twice-weekly composting at the Tribeca Greenmarket; the ramifications of the huge Pier 17 rooftop event space; “Billions” is back again.
••• 12/1: Tent & Trails is ready to cash out. Plus: Fed up with the filming on Duane Street; Soho Photo’s December shows; donate used sneakers to a good cause; a prettier way to deal with facade restoration.
••• 12/2: Manhattan’s largest public solar array. Plus: A Subway sandwich shop closed; Laughing Man holiday party; toy drive at ARC Athletics; WeWork opened its first Tribeca location; “Succession” and “240” shoots.
••• 12/3: Duane Reade’s sparely stocked shelves. Plus: Paint job in Frenchette’s future; never-ending construction on a block of Worth Street; checking in on the 30 Warren condo project; “Law & Order: SVU”; former gallery space for sale.

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Where in Tribeca...?WHERE IN TRIBECA…?
Congratulations to Sonia F. Stock for correctly identifying last week’s Where in Tribeca…? Click the link to discover what she knew and you didn’t.

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111 MurrayIN THE NEWS
••• 12/1: Progress at 111 Murray. Plus: Assault with a bottle; history of a Broadway building; Newark airport transportation; more on the return of the “Sphere” to the World Trade Center; “holiday lounge” at Brookfield Place.

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