Newsletter: May 14

Dine Around Downtowncourtesy Paul RuggeriELITE GYMNAST OPENING A STUDIO HERE
At Paul Ruggeri Gymnastics, Ruggeri plans to offer “a program that would benefit all kids, improving overall strength flexibility and coordination. Young gymnasts always excel in any sport after having a solid background from a gymnastics program.”

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TamidTAMID CELEBRATES JEWISH ATHLETES
Tamid: The Downtown Synagogue hosts the 2018 Maccabi USA Team Shabbat. Meet Maccabiah USA alumni athletes and pass the torch to this summer’s competitors. Pictured above is the Gold Winning Youth Men’s Soccer Team from 2017 with NYC-based players. Jewish athletes of all ages and your families are invited to come and celebrate—perhaps some day you’ll be on the Team! June 1, 2018, 6 p.m. at Tamid. Learn more at Tamidnyc.org. Sponsored.

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Royal Green Appliance CenterNEW KID ON THE BLOCK: ROYAL GREEN APPLIANCE CENTER
“We built this primarily for architects, designers, contractors—that’s why we’re in the same building as the Department of Buildings!” says co-owner Rob Satran of Royal Green’s new appliance showroom at Broadway and Reade. “But any retail customer can buy an appliance, too.” Take a look around.

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111 MurraySEEN & HEARD
••• 5/10: Revised opening forecast for Il Mulino. Plus: Two Hands is accepting cash once again; a block of Warren Street to be paved for an event and then torn up again; acupuncture franchise said to be opening in Tribeca and FiDi; Sole di Capri is now serving brunch; Community Board 1 nonsense.
••• 5/11: Another incident at 111 Murray (above). Plus: Noted Tribeca café opens tomorrow; tickets for the Pier 17 concerts aren’t cheap; Twenty First Gallery opens today; Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s open studios; more on the gymnastics facility.
••• 5/12: Why mailboxes are often jammed. Plus: Upcoming events on Pier 26; the map for this year’s Taste of Tribeca (including who’s serving what); celebrate Mother’s Day at Duane Park; another local business that doesn’t take cash.

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courtesy New York PostIN THE NEWS
••• 5/10: Tribeca Design District Night. Plus: More on the new building at 1 Beekman; subway elevators approved outside 45 Broad; stuff a Tribeca model likes.
••• 5/11: Rent-stabilized tenant penalized for subletting. Plus: Tenants of 50 Murray appealing decision regarding rent-regulated leases; history of the Mudd Club building; Lower Manhattan’s daytime-vs.-nighttime population; “Charging Bull” artist opposes move.
••• 5/12: Still no permit for GM’s self-driving cars. Plus: Dramatic video of the rescue at 111 Murray; Sheldon Silver found guilty of corruption; more on the sky-high restaurants coming to 70 Pine; Century 21 employee arrested for assault; firefighter alleges harassment.

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courtesy A Tea Room by AtoNEW KID ON THE BLOCK: A TEA ROOM BY ATO
“People at Ato would ask about the ceramics and the tea menu,” says Nahee Jung. “So we decided to find designers and tea companies in Japan and launch a new business.” Read all about it.

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

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