Newsletter: Jan. 4

Roman and Williams GuildNEW KID ON THE BLOCK: ROMAN AND WILLIAMS GUILD
That Roman and Williams’s first shop is beautiful comes as no surprise—but Roman and Williams Guild also manages the near-impossible feat of being both drop-dead glamorous and entirely comfortable. Plus: a très chic café. Take a long look.

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Fred Astaire Dance Studio Downtown New YorkNEW YEAR, NEW YOU!
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SazónSAZÓN HAS CLOSED
The Reade Street restaurant bedeviled neighbors for years, because its patrons used to keep the party going out on the sidewalk.

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courtesy Twenty First GalleryTWENTY FIRST GALLERY IS MOVING TO TRIBECA
Renaud Vuaillat’s gallery specializing in contemporary furniture is relocating from Chelsea to Franklin Street.

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SEEN & HEARD
••• 1/2: Greca has soft-opened. Plus: Try this new cocktail bar before it’s overrun; yesterday’s police presence; the virtues of the Roxy Cinema; artist Robert Janz uses snow as a medium; more on Christmas tree mulching; false alarm at Worth Street café space.
••• 1/3: Skater hater (above). Plus: Stocking issues continue at Whole Foods; the massive topper coming to a Greenwich Street building; Untuckit is open at Brookfield Place; “Law & Order: SVU” shoot.

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courtesy CorcoranIN THE NEWS
••• 1/2: FDNY medic rescues man from river (by jumping in). Plus: The history of 390 Broadway; Thalassa restaurant celebrates its 15th anniversary; all subway stations now have countdown clocks.
••• 1/3: ISIS selfies. Plus: New subway tunnel to Red Hook proposed; city to install 1,500 bollards over the next few years; phone snatched; residents oppose subway elevators on grounds of the terrorism threat; Caviarteria tries again; David Bouley listed his place on Duane (above).

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111 Church by Jason I.WHAT TRIBECANS CARED ABOUT IN 2017
Of the 1,162 posts published on Tribeca Citizen last year, here are the 25 that got read the most—along with the ones that really got people commenting. (Photo by Jason I.)

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