Newsletter: Apr. 30

Taste of TribecaHarrison townhouse by Devon BanksLOFT PEEPING: HARRISON STREET TOWNHOUSE
The 1828 house was recently bought by two artists, who thoroughly renovated it. “We wanted to do something totally new that would match the house without seeming artificial,” said one. “It looks like layers of history, as if the house progressed over time.” Take a look around.

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Klein Epstein & ParkerNEW MADE-TO-MEASURE MENSWEAR SHOP
Custom shirtmaker ManuelRacim is being absorbed into a larger company, Klein Epstein & Parker. Now you can get much more at the Hudson Street shop—suits, pants, coats, and even Henleys, polo shirts, and hoodies, all made to order.

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Pisador by Marina RheingantzSEEN & HEARD
••• 4/26: The Smyth hotel isn’t rebranding. Plus: Library to close for longer than a year; DanceBody found a permanent home; police meeting; Bortolami show (above).

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courtesy Primo's (photo by Adrian Mesko)IN THE NEWS
••• 4/27: The city’s best wine stores. Plus: The homeless man helped by Tribecans; construction starts on Pier 40 pilings; two bodies found in the water nearby; recent thefts; a pan for Tetsu’s sushi; restaurant owners propose a service surcharge.
••• 4/28: Governors Island highlights. Plus: More on Primo’s bar inside the Frederick (photo by Adrian Mesko); location of Van Leeuwen’s Soho shop; how to get a preview of Danny Meyer’s Manhatta restaurant; history of a Church Street building; students helping refugees.

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Where in Tribeca...?WHERE IN TRIBECA…?
Congratulations to Evan for correctly identifying last week’s “Where in Tribeca…?” Discover the answer for yourself.

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