In the News: Neglect on Church Street

••• Daytonian Manhattan digs into the history of 309 Church/34 Walker: “Among Tribeca‘s refurbished architectural treasures, this cast iron, L-shaped 1868 beauty rusts in neglect.” There’s more on Paramount/Boltex Textile Company, the company that owns the building, in this 2012 Tribeca Trib article. (Photo courtesy DiM.)

••• Eater has a follow-up post about The Noodle Bar at Brushstroke, as it’s apparently officially called; the endeavor is “a collaboration between executive chef Isao Yamada and ramen chef Kyoji Noda.”

••• “For the first time in the three years since it opened, the windows at [Fulton Center], at Broadway and Fulton Street, are not only festooned for the holidays, they’re aglow with splashy, moving imagery. Beginning this week, passersby on Broadway are being treated to the colorful show, with its electronic adaptations of Christmas classics amplified to be heard across the street.” Egad. —Tribeca Trib