Newsletter: Dec. 14

Lower Manhattan Community ChurchAbhaya2017 SHOP-LOCAL GIFT GUIDE (PART 5)
Put a bit of effort into holiday shopping—that’s the point, isn’t it? In this round: Shinola, Giorgia, Cass Lilien, Stella, Jenni Kayne, Ever After, 180, Abhaya (above), and the Armoury.

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145 HudsonA NEW CAFÉ ON HUDSON STREET
“I’m hoping to provide the neighborhood with a comfortable space where people can enjoy freshly baked goods with high quality coffee and tea,” says proprietor Josh Kim, who has been involved with Spreadhouse Cafe on the Lower East Side.

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Tribeca Health & FitnessHAPPY HOLIDAYS FROM TRIBECA HEALTH & FITNESS
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Citi BikeNOSY NEIGHBOR
“Is this pole a light for Citi Bike? If it hasn’t happened already, expect the Duane Street landmark folks to chime in.” —H. The answer.

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The GuildSEEN & HEARD
••• 12/11: Soho’s most interesting new store (above). Plus: Community Board 1 agendas include the Five Boro Bike Tour and Chikarashi’s FiDi outpost; new acupuncture office on Jay; dermatologist appears to be moving; Antiqueria’s farewell note.
••• 12/12: Progress at Frenchette. Plus: Oil leak on Broadway; the subway elevator outside 30 Park Place; a pair of simultaneous three-day TV shoots; activity in the former Birdbath space; Pen Parentis holiday author mingle.
••• 12/12: Jewelry store closing. Plus: Hoodies for the Homeless pop-up; California Closets closed for renovation; Le Pain Quotidien coffee cart at City Hall Park; 11 Beach’s Varick side; more “Billions” and “Bull” shoots.
••• 12/13: Spring Studios’s encroachment on streets and sidewalks. Plus: Dormant cherry picker on Franklin; Fernandez Shoes Shine’s new sign; that dangerous intersection in northwest Tribeca; Canal Park Inn vacate order; condo sales office on Washington.

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419-421 Broadway renderingIN THE NEWS
••• 12/12: Eataly has erased Mario Batali. Plus: Work stopped at the St. Nicholas National Shrine because the church isn’t making its payments; more on the Park Row oil leak; the World Trade Center mall operator has been sold.
••• 12/13: New building approved for Broadway and Canal (rendering above). Plus: Loft-peeping the home of JoonYong Park and Arum Seo; artist Peter Tunney; operator in crane accident says he was defamed; is 108 Leonard’s developer messing with the clock?

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